Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
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System ID: UF00086748:00023
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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of Considerable rain today and cloudiness tonight.with High; chance today Winter Haven Daily' News-Chief f Citrus The Capital City Of Of 100 The L4afes World

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STAFFING NEW BANK-Thaie are tome of the personnel who will staff the Amer. ;. The Polk County School Board
Polk School Board ,
lean Sink In Cypress Garden when County F4, e ar voted down a Junior Collegesite
It opens Monday. From left: Jamai A. Glare, cash-
Tar; Betty McAdami; Lax Hood, executive vice president; ; Pinky RaRucha, and G. Carlton will open bide on the Winter resurvey motion yesterday
Dorr dir.ctor.Dunson HIVeD Senior High School addition In the face of tremendous
: and the Jawett High addition support throughout the county

I on March 25, following for the State Department of i
Public Instruction
SeeksReElection New Bank Opens i approval of final plans and p t e Team's recommendation Survey and

specifications yesterday r decided instead to ask the head
The board awarded contracts of the ,team to explain Ita decision. .

totaling $132,144 for two additions ; .
Monday Morning ,, a six-classroom projectto ? t, The survey team had picked !
the Winter Haven Golf Course
Southwest Lakeland Junior
and ruled out five sites as unsuitable -
To CommissionL. The American National Bankin rotary and Mrs Carr Darrow Senior High School and a four- for the Polk Junior I
Cypress Gardens, an affiliate and Mrs. Betty McAdami will I classroom building at Floral College. Two Lakeland board
of American National Bankin act as tellers. Ave. Elementary In Bartow. members, Wendell Watson and
Winter Haven will open on Directors are Ireland A. G. The contracts went to Fred W, Mrs. Dora Cox Phillips, backIng .
Monday it was announced today Hancock, Jr, G. Carlton Dorr, the Eaton Park site near
by Andrew p, Ireland, A. R. Klemm. William L. Haley Plnkley of Lakeland, with an Lakeland, have objected to toe
president Willard E. Roe, Howard ( 5,547 low bid on the Lakeland decision Gene Head of Bartow,
The opening data baa been E. Sends, Jr, Frederick H. school, and Ellis Construction which had offered the Bartow
approved by the U.S. Comptrol Schultz, Carl String, Jr., As- Co. of Tampa, $48,. Air Base, also was unhappywith
ler of the Currency. The charter bury Summerlin, Roy C. Sum- 547 on the Bartow one, Dan the choice
number of the bank is merlin, Tom V. Smvely, Jr., Cooper of Winter Haven wee Winter Haven was represented I
15270. Norman A. Street and Hood. at the meeting in force, and
Ireland la president of both Capltaliiatlon of the new second low bidder on both pro} representatives of six other

bank bank is $300,000. eels CELEBRATION BEGINS TODAY-North Gate Shopping Canter will begin Ita sev. communities appeared with doe. .
Lex Hood former vice pre. Of Early American design The Winter Haven High project ) oath ennlvertary' celebration today. Th. 14 stores of the establishment will observe the umentiry evidence In support (
aident of the downtown bank, with a brick exterior the city which includes a two-wing occasion with the theme, "Lucky SlY.,,". of the survey tee m decision

will be executive vice president newest bank will have a green structure! to contain six conventional f Bartow .city official rem:: f
of the new bank Jamea A. and gold decor. Ample parking ed an 11 page resolution I
Glare, formerly with the Citizens and a drive.In window are partof classrooms, science North Gate ObservesSeventli cal of the survey team'a choice
Durrance AsksReElection I and
Southern National Bank the new Utilities Full bank and business education rooms containing 'arguments in
la AugaataGs. will act aaeathier service will be offered.During and a learn teaching room, favor of that dt)" offer. There
< Mra Pinky dough Re- the opening day's the has be.." budgeted' Inc /'tonsitrucUon 1 were Lakeland representatives
a rucha will be receptionist.sec- bank will present a silver dollar present but they said nothing
,at $210,389. The Jew- AnniversaryNorth To Among those backing the Win-
key ring to every new cut ett addition, a music depart : ter Haven site were represents-
tomer. anent Is budgeted at 63627. fives of line Anburndale Cham
Concert Slated The officers and directors of Final plant for three other ber of Commerce and .
Gate Shopping Center, be Prultt's Miniature Circus a City Commission
W. DUNSON the new bank extend a cordialInvitation projects were approved. They opened In February of 1956 handmade and fully intimated School Board I the Fort Meade Cham
to everyone to visit are a classroom addition' ber of Commerce and City", I
of American
L W, Dtmaoa of Winter Ha the new bank and register for at Davenport Elementary.Junior with only four stores In opera replica circus. an early Commission the Greater H lnci

Tea announced today 1 be would Here TonightThe I a > day all expense paid trip High, estimated at $27,521; tion, begins its seventh anniversary Complete with barker and old City Chamber of Commerce, the

be t tandldate for election I (Continued On Page S CoL 6) a new beating plant In Bar- celebration today as time music, the famous miniature Greater Lake Wales Chamberof
tow Elementary, $4o$8.oooj: and Commerce, and the Lake Alfred .
ai a county commissioner representing one of the largest such centers claisic took seven yearsla
Music textbook warehouse in Bar- n P tt, Chamber of
Department of a Commerce and
Dutrlct I the building and: has beenexpanded
Winter Haven High School will Board To Hear tow $16.000. Bide will\ be open. in Polk County City Commission, and the Winter -
A reitdent of Folk County yeir'sNorth
Theme for the three day celebration

present the second program la ed on these on April I. Haven Board of Realtors.All .
since Dunion It citrus Gate
1832 a Ita Winter concert series at Preliminary plans for Lena I for the 14 North Gate showing of these submitted resolu-
grower farmer and trucker. Nora Villa Elementary have been stores is "Lucky Seven". The multl-million dollar cen lions which bad been duly .
Mayo Hill tonight at S I passed
Ha war a member of the Winter As last the main ter war officially opened to the
o'clock/ 2 Bar RequestsThe completed, Dirkes, year by the governing bodies.
Havea City Communion .t-j public on Feb. 27, 1956. with
A widely varied program his school architect reported.ST traction for the celebration Speaking for the survey
from 1955 to 1961 and served the thee ultra-modera Publix team'a choice from
been prepared by the Instrumental Winter
a i mayor from 19561961. and vocal Winter Haven Board of Super Market as focal point of Haven were Commissioner Tom
He ii a member of the First the program groups.Opening the Adjustment will hold hearingson Explosion Derails Train the celebration Opening along Turnbull, president John Carpenter
Bsptist Church of Winter Hi- concert band will offer a contrasting two applications for .bar with PubIs were Ben Darby of the Chamber of Com
tell, a Mason, Shrine Elk, I group of marches and and lounge facilities at Its next I Cleaners and tie s and II I j t or merce and E. L. Davis ex-
member of the Chamber of popular tunes Including "Star regular meeting to be held on Green Stamp Redemption Center ecutlve vice president. Mayor
Commerce director of the Florida dust" and "Melodic Canvas Thursday March 12. In Latest FEC RR Strifecompletely Richard Dantzler asked several
Citrus Exposition Touchdown The mixed chorus of 75 D+bl'a, which had been turned Opening day was marred questions from the floor
Club Moose and Lions down In its for with rain, but that failed to Head Introduced the final
voices directed by Millard ] once petition AUGUSTINE Fla. (UPI ,stuttered the fifth. motion
Club. Walker will then ling a group a special approval for a bar -Aa explosion, apparently triggered He said be counted at least 20 keep enthusiastic Haventtee after voting against one
In 1957 be received the Good of both sacred and secular numbers and lounge In Its present package by saboteurs, today derailed cars derailed. away and the grand openingwas milW. made by Watson calling for a
Government award concluding with two well- store on Eighth St., north five diesel locomotivesand "They are shattered and termed a big success.Shortly resurvey of the three sites I
Duncan ii married and hat known spirituals of Hivendile Blvd., Is re.applying 27 after the opening, a which are the centers of the
cars of a freight train piled up In such a Jumble that
two children L. W, DunsonJr The board voted to fourth atore at the controversy Winter Haven
The final portion of the program reconsider operated by the strike.plagued It is difficult to count them butit was opened RALPH DURXANCK
., a citrus grower and Mri. win be sliced by the the petition after aa Florida East Coast Railway looks like about half the train center, Carter'a, ipccliliiing In (Continued on Page 5, CoL 3)
George Thornhlll, a housewife symphonic band with a balanced appeal hearing last month No one was seriously hurt, left the tracks," the newsman cameras and bi-fi records and w, Kiipn Durrance today declared
Duntoa was elected a county segment of light and The Kihikl Corp, which Is authorities said. An engineer reported. equipment. himself a candidate for
commissioner In November, serious music. Featured will\ bean building a huge motel on SixthSt. suffered a cut on the head from Ray Bishop, a motorist had A year later, the original four reelection to Polk County McCoy Enters
1961, and took office in January arrangement of the themes ., NW, north of Ave. D, baa flying glass shattered by the stopped his automobile at the stores were joined by 10 other School Board, District 2.
1962. from the "Erolca" symphony also applied for a special ap.proval blast crossing to await passage of the establishments and the center's Durranca has served one
In hit announcement for re and a "Caribbean Fantasy." for a bar and lounge Contrary to first reports after train He said the first four huge 800 car fully landscaped term, which began on Jin I,
election. Dunson laid that The band numbers will be There Is, likewise, a package the explosion there was DO dlesels passed over the crossing [larking lot was opened. 1961 Jan-Phyl Race
when he ran for the office la performed under the directionof store there now. fire, authorities said when the explosion went off di- The aecond year stores wereTouchton' I have held this office ai a I
1960 he had promised not to three talented student con- A third bearing II scheduled La' public he "
use The explosion occurred at a rectly under the fifth locomo Drug Store, trust said 1 have
his office for his own perionil Din ductora. band captain Ralph at the March 12 board crossing 10 miles south of this tive unit with "a terrific blast Neice Beauty Salon Ace Hardware carefully\ considered every argument
benefit and would administer and John Jr, Cuthill Lt. Harry. Johnson, siaslon Velda Dairies has applied city which houses executive offices The blast was heard by real. Fremac'a Men's Store for and against each
the attain of the county honestly The public la Invited to attend for a variance on side of the railroad dents 10 miles from the scene F. W, Woolworth Co., Thom proposal) for solution of the
intelligently, and efficient this free concert, and rear lot requirements on Harvey Lopes, managing editor ; The explosion was the third McAa Diana Shop, Danish many problem which have C P"r ,
ly. by the Recreation sponsored Department property on Sixth St., S.W. of the St. Augustine Record, such bleat on the FEC line this Bakery, Bozeman's BarberShop arisen and, without yielding to
"With the cooperation of my of Winter Haven and reported from the scene that month Another attempt earlier and Wray's Toyland.At any pressure have voted my t
fellow commlitioners this has the High School Music Department War Veterans 1 the blast derailed the first four I this month failed near Titusvilla I the time, North Gate was honest convictions
(Continued on Page 5. Col 2) ,of five diesel locomotives and (Continued On Page S Col. I) (Continued On Page I Col I) "I am proud of Polk County -
the citizens of Polk County I

Senate Gets Defense Farm Hold Meeting Polk and County.the school I believe system that of a

great deal of progress has been
I made during the put three

Thirty.five attended the first years In Improving our school
Bills Ahead Of Civil Rights meeting of Winter Haven Barracks 1'e facilities, In strengthening the

Veterans of World War curriculum and la itiblllzlng
WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate olive.branch offer after his vic I. USA., held last evening In L-IIIiIIIt-JJJIItJJ! the financial structure and the
Democratic leadersvictor.: tory Tampa Electric Leisure Room. tax program."If .
In the first civil rights skirmish Mansfield sought agreement ,.District Commander Leroy i..elected. I pledge to
of 1964, moved today to pan a to hive the civil rights bill Long of Lakeland explilned to It'y, t you that I will continue to carefully
big defense bill and follow up sent to the committee until next prospective members the basic rti'f1 y ; consider and weigh each
with approval of a trouble- Tuesday to be reported back principles of the order and the proposal In the light of whit
plagued farm measure In the by then with no change. But blood bank project which the la best for all the children
sent few di7i. Sen. Jacob 1C. Javlta\ R-N.Y, state of Florida has for members teachers and parents and for IRVING J. McCOY
Then they plan to swing ret- who backs the bill, objected. of the barracks. the Polk County ichool system. .
Irving J McCoy has
elutely Into the full civil Several announced
rights Mansfield laid he had no new applications were
battle, with passage of the present Intention of renewing accepted at the meeting Veterans j 4s Fruit that. he will seek a wit
ShipmentsWINTER on the Jan Pbyl Village commission
House-approved omnibus rights his
request and that the civil were present from Win
bill their goiU That fight will rights bill will remain on the ter Hives and surrounding 1 'drfi, I .
probably start la earnest next calendar until be moves to take towns. HAVEN (UPI) ,A cpiLrctired painter and
week. It up later next week. Several memberships for the i'A': ;' Daily cirloadlngs (In boxes)) wall plasterer, McCoy war the
Senate Democratic Leader He iaM he did not think it proposed Ladies Auxiliary were from the Fruit and Vegetable first .to qualify as a candidatefor
Mike .Manifield Mont, won a would "do any good" to try submitted Any women Interested Inspection Division the. election, which if Tues
S4-J7 test against Southern op- again with his unanimous con in Joining may contact By rail 14,314 grapefruit 3,- day
ponenta of the civil rights bill sent request Mrs Ferae Simer Phone FR- ?; 200 oranges 1,540 temples; by A native of Pittifield M....,
late Wednesday. By his motion, The Senate was scheduled to 21817 for details Wives, mothers boat, 450 grapefruit; by truck he baa lived In the Winter Haven t
the bill was placed on the Sea- take np today the $17 billion and sisters of veterans are 47.52 grapefruit, 20,469 cringes, area for 15 years and in
ate calendar and kept out of defense 3332 temples, 438 murcotts; t
authorization bill, then eligible to Join and as soon JanPhyl Village for the put
the ,hostile Judiciary Commit face up to Mansfield's next as a sufficient number are enrolled total 62,293 grapefruit 23(69 four years. ...., .
tee.But move-oiling up the wheat- the auxiliary will be re oranges 4,172 temples 438 mur He war fire chief of the vlllige -
enough civil righta supporters cotton bill. activated. WORLD WAR I VETERANS-Members of Barracks Veterans, World War I I. held 91 cotta,272 for boxes a shipping total of volunteer fire departmentfor

voted against bypassingthe The farm bin may take "four The next meeting will be their first meeting In the Tampa Electric Leisure Room last night. From left, Leroy Long, Cannery receipts, 72346 three years ."
Judiciary Committee to or five days, Mansfield aiid. March 23. meeting place to be district commander Rev L JinPhyl voters will vote
iluilield to. Continued ; Raymond Phillips, chaplain; Clarence Greene quartermai- grapefruit, 138.60J"! oranges for a
cauie make (
aa on Page J, Coin 1) announced later, ter-edjsstent, and Georg*, Siamer commander of the Winter Haven Barracks. cannery total o( 11.031 boat.. (Continued On Page: I Col. 2)1

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..1F : : Junior Admission
Richard King F .h7 M.FN V/estv/ocd To College

Wins/ Denison, Offer Concert : Requirements Are Approved

I Admission requirements i forM records meet the minimum

the Polk Junior College were academic standard of Polk Junior
Science Fair M I
Friday NightThe A approved yesterday by the College.

county school board. Those with equivalency certificates

Dentmn Junior High School Westwood Junior High The requirements were r.c. must meet the mini

today announced the winners of School Warrior Band It ached- mum standards required by the
ommended by County SuperIntendent -
its 1964 Science and Math Fair uled to present its winter concert Florida Department of Educa

Taking first place over al tomorrow night beginning Shelley S. Boone and lion Teat score minimum are

was Richard King with his at 1 o'clock In the school caf- approved without change by the 40 on each test with an overall

math entry, "Mathematics Are etorium. board. average of 45. Age minimum

Still On Earth". The band will play such popular a Eligible for consideration are I la 20 years.Those .

Second place overall went to numbers n, "Tbi Crosley. of high school. in the armed forces or
Tommy Dirkes with hit physics "Gifted Leadership", "T h e graduates veterans may be admitted on
exhibit "Binary Computer". Klaxon", and "The Man of The transfer from accredited colegei the basis of the general education

And third place overall went to Hour", all by Fillmore; "For. and universities and holders development teat taken

Steve Sowarda with hit "Pho- eat Splendor", an overture by FRANCIS L. PIPKIN of equivalency certificate through USAFI, provided they

phate Rock Beaellc1atlonPlant" OllvidoU; "Little English They must meet certain rqulremanti meet the minimum standard

in the earth and apace Sl.tte" and "Jubilee", by Jackson however. scores of the Florida State Department

field. c a ; and "Clmlcil Cillery, Pipkin Enters Graduates of regionally ae. of Education for Issuing

Other winners and their fields by Gluck. credited high schools are elig. high school equivalency
The 70-volce Wtitwood Glee certificates.Transfer .
were Chemistry; Frank Zeller, Club will Join the band to pr.. ble for admission who hiv students from colleges

first; Chuck Fields, second: lent "Dusk of Night", by Ark. County Race achieved minimum teat scores and universities not accredited .
of 130 the Florida state-wld
and Cathy Gilbert and Diane : on
: bangelsky, and the stage band 12th grade testing by the _appropriate_
Dullard honorable mention. program
will render "The Chiefi" "Sti .
regional agency will be considered
Botany: Sandra Powell, first: ,. + : dual", and "Dark Eyes". Francis L. Pipkin Medulla based on the percentage. rankIng as beginning students

Linda Wallingford, second, and I Other numbers will feature general contractor, announced system presently in use at and must meet the criteria for
Susie Williams and Charlotte { today that he li a candidate Polk Junior College.
a trombone soloist and a braes that group. Florida high school
Graduates from other big
Turner honorable mention. for county commissioner In the
\{ sextet which will highlight: graduates without satisfactory
Susan Scott, first ,4 ,'.\ "' .F. Democratic primary elecUonin schools must score a minimum
Zoology: '
7 s* ," 1. f memories of Stephen Foster. percentage of 15 on the School placement test scores mar take
Barbara Vaughn aecond, Lar The public li invited to attend May. the School and College Ability
ry Marshall, third, and Teddy the event and tickets maybe He will seek the District 1 and College Ability Test, using teat In an effort to qualify.
BEACON CLUB OFFICERS-Newly-eleefed officer of the Winter Haven High appropriate norms for Polk
Miller and Jeff Green, honor. obtained at the door it 1 75 post presently held by FloydB.
All high ichool graduates who
School Beacon Club were Installed Monday night at the Businest and Professional' Worn Woods, also of Medulla. Junior College.
able mention. cents for adults and 50 cent
en's Club meeting. The officeru from left seated Suzanne Fanned, vice president, and for itudenU. Woods has already announcedthat Transfer students from colleges tail to meet the required minimums -
Earth and Space: Steve Sow
ardi, first; Bill Gregory, tec Carol Georges, president; standing Leslie, Mclver, reporter; Jan Fowler, chaplain), he will be a candidate and universities accredited Committee may appeal on Admissions.to the Special

Susan Tarjan, treasurer, and Debbie Carmichael, secretary. for election. by appropriate regional
ond; Kay Harmon, third; and are eligible If their They must submit to the registrar
native of agency
Pipkin 59, a
Mike SwarU, honorable men Ships Loading the recommendations of
ton. Seeks End To Vicious Anna Race Polk County born and raisedon their high school principal and
and graduation -
Health and Medicine: Wayne Second Murder a farm their high ichool records
from high ichool, attended Plane CrashesIn
Dunaon, first; Hugh PIe man., -
second; Linda Miller, third, Wheat For RedsHOUSTON business college
He has been in the conatruction -
and Wood Sandra U.S. Missile
Marjorie Says field for 40 yesrs, and
Victim Found
Bennett mention., and Pat Sieg, honorable UPI-Longihore presently ia associated with Japan 20

men at three Gulf of Mexico mco Construction Inc., Mulberry ,
Physics: Tommy Dirkea, taketjhe
ports today loaded foreign Road.
first' Bobby Brooks, second; Near LakelandThe Strength TripledGENEVA ships with wheat for the Soviet During World War n, he
Steve Baker, third and : :
; Ray Union. At least four more ves worked as a certified welder Believed DeadOITA
honorable mention. .
LaRue sell waited to get into the 111 a shipyard, and ha served

Mathematics: Richard King, partially decompose! docks. without pay ai a property
(UPI The United turning to Washington this afternoon
first: Bruce Ryan, aecond; and for the U. S. Coast Japan (UPI) Aa
body of the second victim In States making a new ap I to report to President The loadings ended a week guardian .
Rick Sands, third. a double slaying was found peal for an end to the "vicious Johnson on the status of the long boycott of foreign ships by lusrd American-built Japanese airliner
Honorable mention honors in with 42 aboard
the International Longsbor Pipkin li a past presidentof persona
circle of the arms race, disclosed talks. Foster ia director of the
the math division went to Janet yesterday In an abandonedphosphate today It hat more than U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament men'a Association (ILA). the Medulla Clvitaa Club, crashed and burned today after

Golden, Becky Teeter, Lynn pit five miles south' tripled ita missile strength in Agency Workers at Houston stopped the Polk County Conservationand two attempta to land on a runway .

Scott, :Buzzy Pollard, Sandra' of Lakeland.The the past two yean. Foster said President Johnson's briefly Wednesday when they Recreation Association, the that was too ihort.

Hankini, Steve Wolf, Jeff Martin body was identified ai U.S. presidential envoy Wllllam proposals for a freeze on saw a small group of anti. Polk County Sportaman'a Club, At least 20 persona were
Kim Anton, Susan Wyliys. Communist pickets but proceeded the Dale Carnegie Alumni As- killed In the crash. Some b d.
C. Foster disclosed the missile production and halting
that of Roscoe Dykes, a Ruskin oclatlon and member of the lei were badly burned they
Eels Kalogridia, Glenn Brown, 200 per cent increase in a the production of fissionable to load the Turkish ves- ao keyand
Kay Wilson Steve Baker, Patti farmer, shot to death witha speech to the 17-natlon disarmament materials for nuclear weapon ail: Umran on orders from a Moose Lodge.He could not be recognlied.

Edward., Dottle Rice, Patti ImEI.-harrel12.au,. shotgun conference. He also "are of particular importance" oreman. worked with the Polk There were no Americana or

Kierce, Pamela Mason, Helen probably on Feb. 15. said that at the planned production "We believe they could well The Umran will carry 10,000 County Advertising Committee other foreigners aboard the i'
Struthera. Richard Tedder, Joy I rate the American strategic lead to of mutual tons of wheat to Russian port in the preparation and publishing Convalr CV240 which belonged
Charged with Dykea' murders agreements
Scare, and Robert Carter. missile inventories interest for the Continental Grain Co. of the first fishing guide to the Fuji Air Lines, a
by in the immediate future
Carl Choate, 41, of Odessa, for local and visiting anlen. omestlc Japanese carrier.
At Christ! -
There were liT entries in 1965 will be 750 per cent greater ," he said. Corpus a light map see
the thith division and lit entrees Tex. Choate baa also been than when the conference Foster stressed however rain slowed loading of the Norwegian The plane was on a regularly
the combined field of charged with the slaying of vessel Boone and could He li married ind the father scheduled flight from Ksgoshl
began in
the science division. William L. Webb, a 48'year He noted March that Soviet 1962. mlssUea freeze that an would East-West have to ba'verl missile. delay completion beyond the of two children. ma to Olta, on Japan'a southernmost why more...
salesman found
old Bartow
Judges for the event were, also will be Increasing, and he fled. He said normal two to three daya. blind of Kyushu.
beaten to death on the lime a plant)-planl
Another Norwegian vesselha Among the survivors were
Dr. John Smythe, Oscar Nor called on Moscow to join Washington shutdown of plants producing Black Muslims '
believed to be
day Dykes was three the dead
Ingwl, ii waiting to be pilots. Among
James Keateraon, Her-
man, in
putting a stop to the fissionable materials "offers
Webb beaten
killed. to
was and
loaded with Russian grain at were a honeymoon couple
man Jones, Dr. Robert Koo, death with a hammer. upward arms spin! the Soviet Union a real oppor louslon.'\ two stewardesses who firs .

Mra. Harry Ford, Dr. George Choate, brought to the scene The first and basis task, tunlty to experiment with avery In New Orleans, workers were reported life but whose
Graf Brooke Staub and Rudolph Foster said la to search for limited
after Dykes' remains was amount of inspec were scheduled to begin loading Claim: Clay Is bodies later' were found In the
Hendrickaon. areas of mutual Interest. tion he said. The
found by Polk County employes, Russians ha Dutch freighter Asteropa barred wreckage.The .
Polk and Hlllsboroughiheriff The speech was Foster'i list have opposed any kind of dla had made
gave today and the Greek ship plane one unsuccessful and more.
i deputies an account of to the conference before re- armament inspections. Kynthnos later this week. landing try then circled "
Club Member
Students Dry how the allying occurred.A At Galveston Tex., the Greek back for another attempt.

traffic violation in Texas esael Sums and the British But it overran the abort runway .

ed to Choate'a arrest and return Mrs. Jackie Kennedy London Craftsman stood by CHICAGO (UPIThe leaderof hit a river bank broke
to Hillsborough County He while a third ship not connect Into three parts and burst into
the Black Muslims Wednesday
Up Tavern Hi been In Jill since his return ed with the grain sale loaded night said heavyweight flames.

about a week ago up A spokesman said loading)
Casslut had ad-
champion Clay
of the London Craftsman
Given may matted he was a member of the
LONDON (UPI-One thou- Surprise Party begin today or Friday. black supremacy sect but did Car Reported

find men and women students 10YearOldSaves not say where he got his infor
Stolen In Area
Invaded i Chelsea pub Wednesday Woman Killed mation. and
night and announced, WASHINGTON (UPI) To bin to attend the party for the I more .
"I glad that Casslua two-door red white
am Clay A and
President Johnson It widow PANAMA CITY (UPI Mra.
"we're going to drink the place was i a of the man who "worked -
dry. InfantMIAMI "very touching, very Iplritual"Ilttle ao hard and so long" for the lunette Leece 32, wife of a was brave enough to lay he Buick Wildcat sedan wn stolen
I was a Muslim" Elijah Mu. last sight at Club 112, located
ceremony.: landmark legislstion. County deputy sheriff, was
They were true to their word.At
lammad told a cheering crowd just west of Auburndale the
That la how the Chief Executive He killed In an automobile accident a
the rate of 700 pints an hour, presented Mri. Kennedywith
here 01 almost 5,000 Negroes at lb..roup'l Polk County Sheriff's Office re
they cleared the beer barrelsby (UPI) Authorities described the surprise four of the pens he used Wednesday night. annual national
party held for Mri. John F, to sign into law the Her husband George driver ohe conven- ported.
10:40 p.m., 20 minutes before credited today a nine year-old largest tax lon. "I am happy that ha The auto theft occurred be.
closing time. Their total! girl with saving the life of an Kennedy Wednesday night at cut in U.S. history-one each car, was treated for minor he Is a believer." confessed tweeD 10 and midnight

was 5,600 pints Infant who was tripped in a her new home In the capital'a for herself, Caroline, 6, and Injuries and released Clay did not make p.m.number the
statement on car
any -
Angus Owen, owner' of the burning apartment.Fire historic Georgetown section John Jr., 3, and one for the about
Black Muslim II 11W3415. The owner wndentifled.
Six Bells pub, staggered undera officials: say Mary Evans The President and Mrs. Johnson John F. Kennedy Memorial Area DeathsWARREN membership In Miami Beach, .

heavy tray and said "they smelled smoke and traced It to headed the list of more Library. where' he won the crown from

couldn't have bettered this In a next-door apartment. than a dozen high ranking Johnson said the party served Sonny Llston Tuesday night.
the Wild Weat." She raced In and carried who showed as L. WALKER
the guests up unexpectedly a housewarming for Mra. Attempts were made to reach Debate Tourney
Last year, when they tried It, baby to safety before calling: at Mrs. Kennedy's Kennedy, who moved Into the Warren L. Walker 89, of Hay for comment Muham-
the students drank 2,470 pints ire authorities. home to present her with gift 170'year-old three-story brick 842 17th St., NW, died ,es. mad'a claim but the new TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The .

before the police were called in The baby'a mother was at a II tokens of their affection for home earlier this month. It also terday afternoon in the Win. champion was not available. He 15th annual Florida State Unl ...

to quell a minor riot. nearby laundromat when the her and her late husband was The Johnsons' first forma! ter Haven Hospital alter a aid recently he would explain veralty Invitational Debate Tournament .

The object of the drinking ire broke out, officials aaid. Johnson hurried away from, call on the former First lady brief illness. his position after the fight will be held Friday and oj
spree was to raise funds for six They declined to give the baby'a his White House office after In addition to the pena. Mrs. He was a native of Chelsea, but failed waiver debater $1(29
to do with 200
different charities. name or age. signing the $11.5 billion tax cut Kennedy was presented a gold Vt., and apent the winter Wednesday, ao Saturday ex DILIVMIDPremier w
coffee service and tray, engraved months in Winter Haven. His ; pected.

with the names of the home was in Burlington: Vt. i
guests, who included cabinet officers Ha was a veteran of World people are

and their wives and War I. 0
White House aides who served He is survived by two alters driving the
Mrs. Lend Cove
her husband. of Burlington ;

Mri Kennedy was described Vt., and Mri. Olive

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The Weather--Local State And NationalRAIN I Municipal :Ti: -- -2- T 3- 'The Deputy V'.:: :>:: :

n Court Docket Called Insipid-niv.: ;; ;.j

iW1ao : James Roy Allen disobeying 1'' ), NEW YORK: (UPI) There, ...
atop sign, fined 10. v4 w+w wn no untoward audience 0'' *

Floyd Bishop disobeying relight action Wednesday night at"the"- **

fined $10. American premier of Rolls. ,

a w J JIFtr William Charles Boatwrtgh, Hochhuth'i controversial play,, w.NJ

LeMA y disobeying itop sign, fined (10 "The Deputy," which Broad. ."
tt Edith Pearl Boone, illegal way critics laid portrays Pop" ,

parking, forfeited $2 bond. Plus XII it "insipid sanctimonious : "

Gary Lamar Brooks, Improper .r petty (and) iupercillous. .-,'.
lane usage, did not show "
? 4t1" N r A Homer Lee Butler, expired* y'.. '
However, outside the Brooks
w driven license, five day IU.
pended sentence Atkinson Theater about 150 per-
A Yr p1Yw4 sons picketed the performance.The .
Cora Lea Carroll, petit laceny
15 dayi suspended sen play attack Pius XII for

ence. falling to condemn publicly the

M' { Eugene Carter, no driver man murder of Jews by Nazi

license, forfeited $20 bond. Germany IU 32-year old

Alfred Clark, violation of author, a Protestant, was a
I 1Y parking ordinance, two count, member of the Hitler youth
; rye forfeited $1371 bond. movement during World War

OW Ann Kltchell Clark, Improper II,
start from parked position, forfeited 4 ?wrr When the play opened In
$10 bond. 5 West Berlin, Paris and Basel

Jellcne Campbell Cowart, improper Switzerland, public reaction J

AND SNOW-Snow Is forecast for the central "1.ln. and the extreme north. license, fined $5. I eggs ranged boot from or pelting cheers acton and with In

eastern sections of the nation with rain forecast for the tower Atlantic coastal states, Paul Ray Denney, allowing) Paris aeveral spectators leaped -

the Gulf stats end southeastern Texas and the lower section of the Appalachian The unauthorized person to drive, FAVORITE CASHIER-Mm Pat O'Dell was chosen Publix'i "Cashier of the Year" on the stage and fought with !

rest of the nation will enjoy clear .ki.! .. Temperatures will be about normal for the Pa. fined $10.Evelyn. In a recent vote of customers, the store manager and supervisor Mm 0'Dell, who has the performer

cifie coatt. Cold weather it forecast for the Great lakes region and the Mississippi and Williams Gordon, been with Public for about a year and a half, cheeks out the groceries of Mrs Owen More than 100 uniformed policemen

Ohio Valleys reckless driving accident, forfeited Smith and her daughter, Patricia. were on hand Wednes' .
$25 bond. day night to insure orderly I
Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK cloudiness with Ruth Charlotte Green, failureto picketing At lent 10 plainclothesmen ,
Panhandle TemperaturesBy 'HandPicked'Label were among the capaclty -'
and have vehicle under contra,
chance of some rain today ,
Occasional rain today and tonight fined $13. Y i i t itdYkti audience in the 1,090- .
tonight. Friday partly cloudy DeniedBy '
neat playhouse.The .
becoming partly cloudy High today in the 70's. Low tonight United Press International J. W. Ham, no driven lie ft' rJ i '4ttir majority of the demonstrators .
Cooler and tonight
Friday. today
55 to 60. Southeasterlywinda ense, forfeited $25 bond. '
V '
High today in the SO',, .. Low High "leiit 'J said they belonged to
10 to IS miles per hour, Samuel flames
Sidney run i interfaith called the
low tonight 38 to 44. Variable becoming variable Friday Albuquerque ,,.... 16 U sting red forfeited ibvw': an group
light $10 .
winds S to 18 miles hour, { : .i ,tMp (UPI) Fred 0. "Ad Hoc Committee to Protest
becoming northeasterly per to 22 Atlanta ......... ...39 &I bond. Dickinson, candidate for governor 'The Deputy A spokesman

miles per hour today, diminishing Burton Hailed Birmingham ...... 42 55 George Clark Heffrln, ipeetIng passed off charges that he said the group was made up of

to I to 11 miles per hour Boston ............ 25 47 .radar, fined $15. v It hand.picked by Gov. Farris Roman Catholic, Protestant and .

Friday For Acting Chicago ... .........IS II Curtis Jerome Johnson, expired sty Y h' t Bryant today "an Jewish laymen.
c5itA as attempt to
The pickets also Included 15
North In 'Hamlet' Cleveland .......... 12 36 driven license, five day : get publicity" members of the American Nazi

Cloudy with occasional rain Denver ........,... 10 29 suspended aentence.Estelle Sen. Scott made Party who wore itormtrooperiuniforms :
today, ending tonight, becoming TORONTO (UPI) A melancholy Southerland Johnston Kelly the
.... .. and
Detroit ..... 11 35 armbands that.
charge last week.
fair High today Richard Burton thrilled Kelly said
mostly on Friday. running red light, forfeited $10
Jacksonville ....... 45 60 bore white swastikas. ,
65 low tonight 37 to the audience Wednesday Dickinson has been J
55 to nigh 4'
bond. picked by
Kansas City .... ..,.. 20 41 t A man who Identified himself ,
45. Increasing southeasterlywinds at the opening of Sir John Gieidu's Los Angeles ......... 46 66 James Henry Klenast, reck Bryant to carry out the present as Frank Zajac of Chicago war.

becoming 15 to 20 miles production In of "Hamlet"Performed "rebeirsi Miami .....,...,.,.65 78 lest driving while inking, administration's program of bustled away by police when

per hour today and shifting to dress" costumes and on a nea Miami Beach .. ..... 68 70 fined $30.Clifton 4 4>41 1t ht $ "'tax.and'spend," he broke through police lines

northerly tonightCentral naked stage, Die play was reduced Twin Cities ..:...... 1 11 Nathaniel McElvey, n "I don't blame him (Kelly) a and threw a punch at one of
to clear definable New Orleans ... ..... 52 63 violation of parking 'ordinance, I bit and I'm sympathetic his the Nazi pickets
Mostly cloudy with some occasional poetry. New York .......... 28 4 7 forfeited $1175 bond. tt problem" Dickinson said today. '

rain today and this Burton played his role deftly, Orlando ....... .. ...50 17 Hester "When I ran for the first PRINCESS ANNE, MD, ,-,
Joseph improper
evening Friday mostly fair. but failed, perhaps deliberately, Philadelphia .. ...;. 25 47 exhaust _' time in I960, I recall how Mrs, Gloria Richardson, chair ,
High today 65 to 73, low tonight to achieve the essence of tragedy Phoenix .....,...... 30 12 $5 fine suspended. S hard it was to get publicity," man of the Non.Violent Action
43 to 55. Increasing southeasterly with which the part hu Raleigh ..,.... ..... 34 55 Leroy Moore, no driven license 51r he added. Committee in Cambridge on the
winds becoming 15 to 20 long been Identified. St. Louis ....... ...., 18 38 five day suspended sentence police tactics allegedly used to
mite per hour by this after- Th presence of Elizabeth San Francisco ,.,... 49 63 wx hy'"f, t e The world'a first rodeo was halt an anti'segregation demonstration
Boon and variable moaUy northerly Taylor in the theater went unnoticed Seattle ............ 30 49 Clarence Alexander Pear, o held in North Platte, Neb, on : '
on Friday. by the opening night audience Tampa ............ 32 64 violation of one way street, forfeited July 4, 1882. It was staged ai "I Just called the Justice Department .
BotUhwertf apparently because she Washington ........ 30 11 $10 bond. Iw7 p9 t B nrcq ; i. a local celebration by Buffalo to protest the use of
ConilderabU cloudiness with spent most of her time back Earnest Lamar Reynolds, r % Bill Cody whose Scout'a Rest police dogs and the general action
'!chance* of aora rain today and itag careless driving, forfeited $10 w e $ 4 1 Sd-; Ranch was located nearby. of the state police" ...
tonight Friday partly cloudy The Hollywood beauty attended Hospital News bond. F" 41Yg
High today IB the 70'a, low tonight Tuesday alght'i dress reheirial Kr t,1t fir;;=:
Ease Abraham Salem
excessive '
H to W. Southeasterly performance ind cam WEDNESDAY'S
... .,
speed, forfeited $15 hondo, 1
winda 10 to 11 miles per hour close to stealing the spotlight ADMISSIONSWinter r I .
today, becoming variable Friday from her lover. She was ex Haven James Curtis Shockley, viola. 4rI 4' !I'r1'u t yI eat .0
pected to Join Burton and other) lion of right of way, fined $15. i $ --.
Mrs Edwin L. O'Neal,
gov&eas member of the cast at a pos. Mrs Mary Machen Smith, no driven j
George McConkey Jr.,
Partly cloudy through Friday. opening reception given by theplay's Mn F, A. Ashley, Dr. Roger license accident, did Dot +k, e4!
Alexander H.
Chance of some showers today producer Patrick, James L. Titus, show 05
Cohen of New York. Burlonplans
or tonight High today about 78, to Min Mn C. M. Wiley, Miss Gina H D. Sorrell, disobeying atop r ,rt a- ,0fS d7S
marry Taylor u .S ;
low tonight in the 60'i Southeast soon as she divorces linger Ed. Entry, Miss Lisa Emry, Matter sign fined $10. S k' rhiN +
south winds 10 to
and die Fisher, her fourth husbanc Harold Baxter. Miss Sabrina Willis G. Sorrelli, speeding, a'D 4aylt
miles per hour today, becoming TurbeyfilL Master Kenneth fined $15.Lewis .

variable Friday. Jenkins, Mill Connie Dean Sperry, running p
Keyi Projects Goodman Cheater S. Bobet, stop sign, forfeited $10 bond. r
cloudy through Friday.
Partly Mn. Jimmie L. Tew.Aubumdale .
2y l
Chance of some showers todayor TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Th. Richard Dewey Summers,
tonight. High today mid-70's, State Road Deparmtent sale failure to have vehicle under
Mrs, Sidney S. Homes,
control, forfeited $15 bond.
low tonight la the 80's. South. Wednesday that construction on .
James L. Lawhorn, Mrs Robert
east and south winds 10 to 20 two Interstate 95 projects in Clarence Turrlll disobeying
E. Burt, T. M. Poole.
miles per hour today, becoming Volute County would begin by itop sign accident, fined $15. tit 4 tklp'.r'' .
variable Friday. March 6. Dundee Sylvia Doris Walls, driving "I'
Charles E. Burnett. while license suspended, nollipressed. FROM CORAL GABLES-Miis Linda 19. '! '.: "

TONITI IS THE NITI TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES! Lake Wale year-old brunette, It the entry of the Coral Gales Junior

Mn. Floyd BrimhaU Jr. William Jerome Welch, Improper Chamber of Commerce In the Florid Citrus Queen competition '
Avon Park during the 40th annual Florida Citrus Exposition
start, fined $10.
OPEN 1:4 P.M. ContUuow Show from 2:00 P.M. Alonio Hadd here.
Rex Reubin Whatler.. reck
MONDAY tin FRIDAY Waverly leas driving while drinking, for
Misi Mavli Bush. feited $50 bond. Afler-Scrubbers Prove Effective II
OPN 12:41 P.M. Centime Skews. frees 1 P.... SAT sad SUN.
WEDNESDAY'SDISMISS"U Jean Sandra Woodall die- Two additional "after icrub- outside, competent research

obeying slop sign forfeited $10 eri" have been placed in operation agency showed that all but a
Winter Haven bond. I fraction of one cent of the
at Com per
TODAY flier SATURDAY Smlth.Doual..1
Everett 1.. Amburgey, Mn. Theatui Taylor Woodham, violation '. Coronet southeast fluorine was being removed.
, u"rer THI UNUPtCTIDIr Mahlon J. Bataille Jr., of parking ordinance, pan, plant This unit worked 10 effectively
Master Harold Baxter, Mill forfeited $11.75 bond. of Plant City and are proving that we Immediately orderedtwo

Melinda Blggeri, Master Billy Car owners, vloaltlon of park. 'highly effective", according more and the have now
r Breidenbach, Muter John log ordinance, forfeited $35564 to R. M. Wilbur, manager of been placed in use side by side
Parsons Mill Sara Connor, in bonds. the company's Florida phoaihate In another location"The
Miss Judy Dickerion Mrs. operations State Board of Health
Haskel D. O'Connor
Murray Gay and infant The new units, which literal. has approved the new scrubbers .
MISI. Sharon Griffin 15 days suspended sentence. Iy "scrub" the fluorine out of Wilbur said, which cost ,
daughter, A YIERKSNIRI
Wesley Cane Mrs. Nor Luther Edwin Ray, .Jr., the air stream before it li re. approximately $110,000.
drunk, nolle pressed. eased into Wllbor laid units .
L. Gerald Hunter the atmosphere, are the are I j
man Hasty, .
f Y Min Lela Mullen, Dr. James Edsel Smith, vigrancy similar to a first Installation called "after scrubbers" because "it
I. William M. Nester, James W. 10 days suspended sentence. made last November. they give an additional .

j Scott, Miss Charlene West, Ralph Stumpe, drunk, 10 Tests of that first unit, WU- "scrubbing" to plant wastes before :.,r!' .
Mrs. Donald W. Woodhead days suspended sentence bur pointed out, "made by in they are released. :J ..

ind infant ion.Winter. Leon E. Wlsemin, drunk, '
Park none prossed. riDFIIDAY

Mri. Harry Archer. Albert Judson Bricewell, improper AND .' .'. .
Aaburndale lane usage, did not SATURDAY ONLY ; .
r Mrs Ronald F. Johnson show. Lindsey .

and infant ion, Charles A. John Junior Parker, reckless .1
i Patterson, )Ir.. Connie J. riving, did not show,

Y Whitehead. Edgar West, improper driven SPECIAL SALE -TwUM .:... .
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Winter'* Haven Daily News-Chief A Small TownIn Actor's- Castle Is Lighter Side I Television I In Review I II

_., ... W. I. RYNEKSON. lelter.Pybllir.tr' RICK DU BROW there was pleasure fa what
W. RYNfRSON. Ai.taI.... t. the Milliteriibllihtd
, JOHN United Press International Lindsay described as the club's"BIU
..".'11 Jelly .ltictp StfMrdtyl. 'bye Winter Ht"mPubllthiiii Texas Does Of CongressBy HOLLYWOOD (UPI of RlghU'i "Harm M.

... ..y Ce. In*, IU 3r4 Strut. N.W.. Wln+.r Ht..trt, Fl...". Big Attraction said be then do
Croucho Marx once man ai you pleat.*

,.. CHARLES GOSHORN a General) MiMjtr I DICK "'ESTUaitH wouldn't join a club that would The Channel Swim: Judy

JACK IEAHAN 0 .......I.t. Miter Big Space Job By JAMES V. REALION who was entering the living WASHINGTON Press International(UPI) Certain have him ai a member. II Garland does another solo con

PETER J. SULLIVAN 0 0 AeVtrtlilnf' Manager United Press IntcrniUonal room through a series of an- wld to have what's more, know a press cert on her CBS-TV series
HADLYME, Conn. (UPI-It and mintels. products are agent who belongs to a prestlgloui !- March I. .Ray Bolger visits
NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVI PALESTINE, Texas (UPI)- teemed quite elementary that The actor loved eats and kept built In obsoleience. A good
club that his famous boss Mill Garland's show this
Shinni I Aiitelttti. 'Inc. 0 0 0 Chi..,., III. Houston does the big thinkingbut day la 1913 when actor William at many aa 20 at a time. Sta- example of this it the throw. Sun

Entered ti Soc.." ... Mill Mttttr $.pt. 4, l"24 it the Pe.t OHIceIn little Palestine doer the Gillette pointed from a cruise sues and miniatures of them away beer bottle. Use once and can't get into. The point ii that day. .The last two minutes of

Winttr Have, Fltrlde. under, let tt Much 2, ISTt Texts' conlrlbu ship In the Connecticut River."There'a watched smugly from alcoves trash can clubblneii la next to ,ulrded.De" the Garland-Bolger program
spadework at ton Into
where I'll build my and mantles And Wednesday night, will be given over to a filmed
.... Lion to the apace program. home," be told a companion, Ease was his keynote. To Throwaway beer bottles also
."Jrfi;'* MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU'tjjje The National I I Aeronautics "I like the location" convey guests to the castle'a have a tort of built.In temperance CBS-TV's "Chronicle" aeries talk by President Johnson

of CIRCULATIONS and Space Adm I In" tr t. Gillette, who played to ..tlnd.In summit, he built a narrow guide When the beer took ui on a brief tour of aNew opening the 1961 Red Cross

....i' lion (NASA) has housed its room only audiences ai that gauge railway drinker li no longer able to hit York club of happily fund-rabing drive;

MEMIER complex headquarters near generatlon'i Sherlock Holmes Gillette died in 193T and In. the trash Cia It', time be guarded reputation The Players Friday's "T w t I I fit Zone"
Houston and, when Americansgo eventually did build his home itructed the executors of his
Aetlvi Mtmktr" UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL switched to coffee. Club, founded in 1881 by program on OS-TV li a
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unlttd. Frill It, tntltlt1 the till to the moon, the world will on the palliadei. estate, "Make sure the property Although few things are more .
ASSOCIATION far ..".Iollcetl.' ef ill I tell iitwi print.td be kept up to date from the Hustles in the village soon does not fall into the hindi of obsolescent than empty beer the great American actor Edwin French film that has been

In this Mwtptpir a will II ill UI'IADvEIITISINt manned spacecraft center on tagged It "Gillette' Cattle," tome blithering upheld who bottles, I recently beard about Booth nominated Or an Academy

W4 Ntwi Ditpetchet.. the Texas Gulf Coait. and It looked it, too. baa no conception of where he a new product that appears to The balf-hour broadcast award for short subjects It

DEADLINE But 150 miles north of Houston Built to his ipeclficatkmi. It ii or with what surrounded" be the next \logical step for. marked the first time televt- la based on a tale by the
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT' In the pine woods of East loomed high above the river This part of his last wlU and ward.A American writer I Ambrose

ly the Wall I P.M. Prtvleui D.y. ly the Inchi I P'M. Prtvleiii Diy.LM Texas sits another spice cen like a fortress, imposing in Its testament sounded almost like doctor I know who it medical .Ion cameras had been permitted Blercii and li about a Confederate .

.< Ne'le.n I P M. Privliui Diy. Sunday fdltii: Dtiillnii Fridiy. ter, designed to speed man's appearance. The ramparts commanded an aside to his stage sidekick, director of the Pet Milk Co. inside the theatrical establishment spy who imagines his

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT knowledge of the unknown a iweepng view of the Dr. Watson told me his firm had developed which la immediate escape from hanging in the
Sunday 1"111.1 P M. Thurtdtyi M.."., ldte! _J P M. Friday) skier above.It countryside True to their word, Ue exec. a throwaway baby mirier. of its And the instant Wore he la executed
T.....' Editun-Netn Siturdtvf Widnndiy' Thursday md Friday it officially known at the Gillette had tons of fieldstone uton thought the state of Connecticut Formula, container and nipple proof civility. .It won the Grand Prize
E"iti.1. P.M. T.... Dave In. "".....c.. unearthed from surrounding would best live up to convenient members on hand to Inform,
In ,
National Center for Acmospherie all come one for short subjects at the 1962
Mtmetr' Stuthtni Ntwiptptr, Publlthers. Aittclitle Research. To the 15,000 property to lend a medieval Gillette'i wishes and, in 1943, presterillzed, pre 0 mixed unit. guide and recall were: Acton Cannel Futlnl.Almanac.
Mimbir. Fltrldi ,.... Antilttltn. residents of Palestine, Texas, It touch to the cistle'i walla. For the Slate Park and Forest Commission Just like the natural nurier. Jason Robarda Jr. and Dennis

la limply the "balloon( base. etch of It. 47 doors, he imported bought the actor's thow- Except for certain obvious differences King; pl.ywrlht-.ctor Howard

TELEPHONE CYp.ti M111 Balloon launches are setting white oak from Georgia.No place home. such at the shape of Lindsay, president of the club;

to be a routine thing around nails or metal objects In the 20 years since about the container.You Marc Connelly, playwright
Palestine and the folks who were exposed when the 24 rooms 100,000 persons have viiited the give the nurier to a director; and Charles Colllngwood .

A Thought For Today"Finally turn out to tee s launch are were built. Light switches were cattle. baby and when the little glut- who la also the By United Press International
often disappointed. all made of wood and Impregnated How much did castles cost In ton' tummy la full you throwit "Chronicle"' host. la
Today Thursday Feb.
The uninformed balloon I with glasi. 1941 About the purchase priceof away. The nurier, not the The subject, what little we the ,
58th of with
brethren, uhatsoeier things are true, watcher expects to tee a giant From his canopied second tome American homes today: baby learned about it, bad intriguing follow. day 1964 30S to

whatsoever things art honest, whatsoever thing art bag of wind tugging at Iti floor bedroom, he could tee $30,000. American know.how has not possibilities, and the The moon la full.

jutt whatsoever thing art pure, whatsoever things bands, straining to get Into the yet produced a throwaway baby atmosphere, what little we felt The evening atari are Venus

art lovely, whatsoever thing art of good report; if heaven.Whit they tee U t limp balloon Wall Street ChatterNEW I although be Just that around developmentmay the corn. bad adult the enjoyment.promise of Yet gentle, either and and Jupiter.On thus day. In history:

there bt any virtue, and if there bt any praise, think apparently suffering from er. because of restrictions or unfortunate In 1860, Abraham Lincoln

on these thing" Phil 4:8 tired blood. The balloon don Perhaps there are some peo decision, we did not made his first speech In the
think the obligation not fully Inflate until it reaches YORK (UPIKenneth SO. It it no time for complacency pIe In the audience who do ro/t appear to get a very close look East, and spoke on slavery
Think what these virtues on .
are; Its peak altitude. Ward of Hayden Stone A Co. on the part of short tee the advantages of throwaway at the club, except for the remarks In 1932, aclentiita were overwhelmed
to observe them ; think on the influence they The balloon base it open to saythat "no general market swing account but investors nurien. Such people have by Ro b a r d s from by the announcementthat
L. Carnett can continue to add to portfolio never arisen at J a.m. to givea Booth's apartment. And
have on the world around you. -Dr. Albert any research group wishing to forecast can be made with a British scientist bad discovered
any "
conduct atmospheric tests. on veaknesi. baby iu bottle. strangely for a place of relaxation ] the neutron.In .

The most important of these accuracy In terms of the distorted Believe thee me If there li there was a frequently 1939, the US. Supreme

EditorialsThat reseach flights came last avenges, for the averages anything that makes a man stilted air that the ahow'a director Court outlawed "sit-down"

News-Chief March when university eelntlsta Include only a limited 14 Trucking long to resign from fatherhood might have avoided by itriket.

from Princeton and California number of stocks. It., mixing a formula, warminga doing away with the affected In 1942, the battle of the Java

Extra Money teamed to make a high bottle, iteriliiing a nipple Informality and taking a more Sea began. It was won ultimately
"They cannot possibly repre- and all that jest at 3 am.
straightforward approach.
altitude study of Mart. by the Japanese, who
Ai expected, the Senate yesterday! passed the bill Their effort proved there la tent a totally accurate picture Firms FinedTALLAHASSEE The throw 0 away nurier la Booth, of course war the tank 13 warships compared to

which will cut taxea by 11H billion dollars. water vapor and carbon dioxide of this broad, deceptive market kept on the shell la until used. brother of John Willies Booth, a lOll of two in their navy.

gas on Man, but failed to trend which continues to indicate No refrigeration necessary, who aaiaiilnated Abraham Lincoln

This will be welcome to the tax. the
news average
answer the .,.-old question of UPD-Four- which leaves more room and Robarda touched on A thought for the day-Abraham
'payer who will in effect get a $4-5 week raise in higher levels for somestocks refrigerator for throw 0 sway this
per whether the planet contains teen Florida trucking companieswere perhaps leaving some Lincoln once IIld'bJl..

,wages At least that is the amount experts say the life slightly !lower, levels fined $25 each today for beer bottlei.served at viewers wanting to know more the people retain their virtue
The Mart study, like many 'for others and do'nothing action It room temperature of the family relationship. Still, and vigilance, no administration
will find In his envelope failure
over to
average wage earner pay pay state mileage like red wine. Which eliminate
other effort. in Palestine have for still others. Notwithstanding the show had good momenta, by any extreme of wicked-
and above what he has been taking home. been plagued by problems. laxea. However the Public Uti two steps In the baby including a few stories by the ness or folly, taD very seriously

H. *..-** President Johnson signed the bill almost imme Scientist had to postpone the numerous optimistic Dries Commission impended the feeding routine. bo.1. amiable, If camera,conscious, Injure the government In the
the \
li warming -
the Inspection of the Red Planet forecasts being made forbusiness fines provided the companleipay .One and step participants the club bar. And short apace of four years..
and the the other step I. cooling
. 15 times, before the balloon economy their delinquent taxes immediately ihbiu";; after you rhi'Ieii
: many stocks have reached levels
off the
: :;! The experts also figure that the wage earners will got Bad weather ground.was to blamefor I where they seem to have get too hot. Both. are sheer ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL''
.. temporarily discounted most of Moat of the companies admitted agony at 1 a.m.Pediatricians
; spend 97 per cent of their savings, which is calculated many of the disappointing the expected Improvement in now tell ui that
the taxes bad not been paid
Vbooet the national economy sufficiently to offset the postponements.A their respective pictures. From I bottle warming Is unnecessary.
balloon from Pal. .
claimed ,that 1963 amendment They tell ua an Infant gets WDIOTVCkmneU WFUTVNSC WFTY4Y WTVTWCkeaMMI
- tax reduction. eatlne bid to be shot down over a purely technical, seasonal to the State Transportation along 'Just ai wen on cold bot C"".., 1 CMeael. l ,
will those extra the Gulf of Mexico list September and psychological standpoint, CSSOrletde Ale CMThursday
f We are sure most of us spend because any further near-term advance Law did away with the tlei. They should try telling Temp* Orlead Tempe

H bucks, but whether it will bring about the desired results lease valve failed a bellumgaa to function n carrying much above the lOG mileage tax : that to my Infant'i grandmother.

a nationally remains to be seen and it was becoming menaceto level in the Dow-Jones Industrials The commission said the fee Old. Granny would punch NIGHT February 27|
la certain to meet considerable
air traffic charged for of the
. use hlghwayawaa them right In the note.
In February, s balloon ripped telling pressure." changed effective June 30 Another aspect of throwaway tiOO-N<.... N....*. Sparta, News, W..th.r False New

A Vital I Jury aa It was being Inflated for a with a fixed road tax instead of nurieri la the cost which rum .,1 s-s....., WtKtr W.. k.r Ed'Urlil.' Sp'ti Spell Wthw4i39
Bache & Co. says "the overall -CIS NIWI NIC New AIC New CIS New
(0 Federal Judge Frank Wilson has ordered that the launch. the mileage fee required under about $7 a week. This li about .. '
tone of the market remains i:45-CIS N. NIC News tech id Mrrr! CIS New
And even when the Mars balloon new licensing laws. i 13.40 more than breast feeding
: jury in the trial of James Hoffa in Chattanooga be good as stocks refuse to movelower.
carrying a 36 Inch telescope As aggregate haulers are I costa 7:00-Huntini AJvMuriIn Vklil. Says MtvwUk'
- confined and under guard for the duration of the testi! finally got In the air, It This type of action Indicate granted new certificates and The old concept of brent Tilt- a FiiKlxf ,.,."i., Vlf"!nl. legs Maverick'

1': And the testimony on for weeks. dill had trouble.A to ui that the market come under the new law, the feeding at a free lunch counter ',10-P mony. may go
direction continue to point up. 7145-Pauwerd I In Paradise Maverick'
failure occurred commission it
;. power an allowing them to turns out to be another economic
The jurors will make a tremendous sacrifice in hour after the balloon was ward over the near term. Moreover credit any mileage tax paid illusion. Someone line fig :00-111..1.1": Debit Gllltic.k Dilute Reed Rawhide

: being away from their jobs and their families for the launched. The telemetry iys- 1 a good case for higher after June 30, 1963 to the new ured out that nursing mothers II-II..hl" ;. emu Donna Rttd Rawhide

:. 'length of time. But Judge Wilson feels that such drastic tern designed to record finding pncei can be made on s fundamental fixed road tax This avoids eat an extra t6.40 worth of S;:10-R.wM. Dr. Kil4.r* My Thrte 5.... Rawhide
was weak, apparently becausea basis, at corporate doubl. taxation food each month 1:41: -RiwU. Dr. Kil"... My These Sent Rawhide
I: measures are necessary This jury is sitting to hear profit appear to be In s good
ground cable got wet in the t:00-'..., M<..* Dr. K.UtrtttlS The Jimmy Parry M.i.n.
charges that a jury in a previous Hoffa trial was fixed. rain at Alexandria, La. uptrend. I -,.." MM... Or. KiI..... 0.i" Shew Parry Mtttn

The whole United States judicial system is on trial The television system used -Memories- 1:JO-Ptrry Mn.n Haul Th. Jimmy" Parry MtionDttn .
, for visual observation failed to Colby t> Co., Inc thinks "the' Quotes ':4S-Ptrry Milan. H.itl Slit*. Parry M.....
in this to large extent. The results from
case a case avenges can advance anotherten
L work properly and the swivel IOOO: -Tht Nuriti 5..,.... Tht Sill. Dick ftw.llCttitr
And this points or 10 to 80S 810 in 20 YEARS AGO *
to defile that
att alleged attempt system. now used to elevate the telescope ID,I IS-Tht Nuntl Tht.lrt Shaw Thtttrt
: trial seeks to show that our courts can operate even was Jammed.But the Dow Industrial before running From NewsReg. Florida's three cents a package 10:10-Tht Nuntl Suiitnt The Sttry .f Died PtwtH
the latest scientific study, Into more than minor Th. cigarette tax purchased an 10.4$-Tht Nunti Theatre a Curler Plltt Theatre
within the necessity for extreme measures of procedurecan dollars during
one to investigate cosmic price difficulty. The calculated other half million
survive all manner of attacks against it. the raytIn I' objective for the year remains U.S. Pat Off. the month to swell total! I 11:00::: -Ntw News, SP, Wtr Ntwillnt Pd.'.. Sports
upper atmosphere, was .
Ild5-Seer+ Wlhtr Ttn.tht.. Shaw fttrltl, Wlhtr VMhtr, Ettrid
823820 \long term potential 925- By United Press International receipts In the eight months
t, We do not envy the jurors. However, we do greatly termed a complete success by ; effective (11:30-Thtttrt tf TtnahtShtw. lt,. Shtw C.i.'. H......."

I admire them-and thank them. They are helping in the sponsored Dallas research the flight.center Cosmic that Teamster CHATTANOOGA President James TENN.Hof- 939,694.since It became to $3,- 11145.tha Stan Ttniahr. Shaw. Utt Show Cal/. HundrtJ..

to the continuance of the fairest fa as bit trial 10 YEARS AGO
large measure assure rays are one of the main haiarda on jury tampering
system of man making judgment on man that has ever faced by future astronauts. American charges nears an end: The Winter Haves High School Friday MORNING February 28
"My life depends on this ver concert band bad accepted the

been devised. And when our turn comes to fill a jury dict." Invitation to go to the Cherry 7:00-.Optrttle.* Ttdty Sh.. G.." Diy

seat, whether for a celebrated case in a federal courtor RADIO. Blossom Festival In Washington 7,15-: Alphabet Ttdiy Show New Gttd Diy

just minor offense in local court History Month WASHINGTON President D.C. on April 1st. 7J0-Waa.Up Teary ShewTtdiy M ckit t.ini. Gttd Diy
a a we serve
1451.4..1. Shtw .
Nick .
Johnson on signing the $11 S billion S YEARS AGO ; Evans Geed Diy
willingly and conscientiously as well. tax cut bill: Rain prevented school maintenance .
S:00- ."+ale TtdiyShtwTtdiy Niche Evans. Captain,
-The Oak Ridger, Oak Ridge (Tenn.) WINT The christening of the Polar "The first effect of the cut crewmen from pumpingout S:II- Ktngtre. ShtwTtdiy M.clnt. E..... K...'...*
It submarine USS Von Steuben will be to put billions of extra the water atandnig in the S:10-Ctpttia Sh.... Ctrttenvlllt. Captain
at Newport Newt on October dollars into the hands of the Lake Shlpp School drive and :45K..e.. Ttdty Shtw. Ctrtttnvillt. Ktnttrtt. .
DAILY CROSSWORD 1360 ON DIAL II, 1963, calls to mind the Important American consumer" filling the drive with limettone.
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9 FS College : Dunson Continued From Seeks Page One) Dinner Slated I Today's CommentaryBy

been achieved he aald. PHIL NEWSOUIn Niklta Khrushchev1! 'd -StiUnl.

Seniors, Will The county hospital was a world dominated by two ration program. Hoxha, placedIn
about to be padlocked at the t 'r By Key ClubThe super powers, each with a nu power with the aid of Yugo-
time he took office, ha stated, f.a clear capacity: to over kill, a alavla'a President Tito, joined
and now has been Improved to curious fact emerges. Red China aa one t ,TUo'i: bitterest
Teach Here the extent that It "haa been acclaimed Winter Haven High It la that both of the superpowers en.min. "-
recently by local doc- School Key Cub will hold its the United States and And In 1960 Castro-"national

tora aa outstanding in Ita field, annual Mother.Father Appreciation the Soviet Union, have been tied the last remaining VS.-

Nine Florida Southern College and accredited by the state Banquet and officer In- challenged with relative Impunity i owned property in cubs bring

seniors have been assigned to health authorities and medical itallatlon ceremonies tonight In by nations which are ing the total value tilled to

10 weeks of practice teaching aaaociation. This has been accomplished s'i' the school cafeteria at 0,45: among the world'i smallest $121 billion. oe,.
at Winter Haven schools. in a thoroughly t4 o'clock. The Immediate case In point In this same year;Castro and
la Albanla'a seizure of five Soviet Khrushchev embraced at the
AU education majors, they economical way. New officers to be installedby
will begin their practice work Funds for services Embassy buildings In the United Nations, whilt.Albanla'a
', Jim Kiwanis Club
Monday. and public improvements"have : .1'aA' 1' ,;J MMt ? W A' president Gray are: : Jim Alderman, Albanian capital of Tirana. delegate stood virtually Ignoredby
The counter point la Cuba : all other Communist ot-
Assigned to Winter Haven been economically and president; Joe Mathls, vice.
N' And from the two bone
efficiently administered with J cornea a
are: president; Tom Steele, secre-
James A. Fisher and Joe the wonder whether the two superpowers In economic and military
result that Polk County is 14' tjth tary: Bob Musselwhfte, tre..
Gray Lindaey, Winter Haven perhaps in better shape from ag v a' urer; Jera Baxter, senior board JAMES A. GLAZE aa they have moved toward the, punitive measures taken
nuclear stalemate and the United States and the
Senior High; Ann Bond and this standpoint than any countyin member; Harry Anderson, Junior
rt* Soviet Union
are knowledge what each could against tbtlr
John E. Wagner Weatwood JunIor "
the state. board member; and Paul
Dee Gran 4'? New Ban!:. do the other, have not at the small adversaries also were
High; Donya end Dunion said ht would deal Myera, sophomore board mem
Marilyn Mitchell, Brigham Elementary with specific example of t tit ber. Alderman succeeds Dave Continued From Page One) tame time vacated claims for .
School; Rebecca Jean county government later In theump.ln Fisher. to the Grand Bahamas for two. leadership.The experts wet withdrawn
Ogden and Kathryn Jane Redd, but would offer the The Klwanla Club la the parent The drawing will. be held March cue histories of Cuba va. from Albania and aatelIftt -
the United
States, and Albania nations urged to break dip.
Lake Shlpp Elementary School, club of the Key Club. Zlat.
record of the county commission
the Soviet Union lomatic relations. Albania
va. art remarkably waa
and Helene Ann Cuabman El A mother appreciation talkla Announcement of Glaia'a appointment
since I have been a member 0 similar expelled from the Warsaw Pact
bert scheduled to be by cashier made
Elementary.Eightyone given aa was
and my: own personal actions aNet Albanla'a seizure of the Ruailaa just at Cuba was barred from
Florida Southern Bill Bridges and a father appreciation by Ireland today
during this time aa a ba Embassy buildings la the the Organization of American
seniors will begin practice sis" for his bid for election. a speech will be given Glare has been aaaoclated latest episode In a quarrel States and placed under economic
by Bob Hollmeyer. with the Citizens & Southern
teaching Monday at schools in which bas split tht Communistworld. boycott by the United
lour counties. Over IS parents, Klwanla National Bank in Augusta since .

The teaching; Interns, an of Bryant States Club members, Key Club memo 1954, and haa a background of But In late December, 1958, Statea.But again the line broke. Romania I
whom are due to graduate in ben, and guettt are expected experience In all phases of ft war a different story re established contact

May or August, will return to to spend the event which banking. When he left the Citl- Then, Albanian first party with Albania Just ai the United .
the campus on May 4. GUEST SPEAKER-Dr. Fred Ltnftttty, president of la the highlight of the Key Club cone It Southern National, he Secretary Gen. Enver Hoxha Statea' allies rfused to join

Dr. Billy Wllllama, chairman FEC RR PolicyTALLAHASSEE the Polk Junior College was the gutit speaker at the Year was manager of the Proof and and Premier Gen Mehmet She. the boycott against Cuba,

of the college's education department Business and Profeiatonal Women's Club meeting at the Transit Department and Bookkeeping hu were In Moscow concluding-- Aa the world has become convinced -

said 51 of the future Haven Hotel Miss Evelyn Hughes, president, Is shown North Gale Department.A agreement under which Mos that the nuclear stalemate
teachera are assigned to Polk (UPI) Co,. with the speaker, graduate of Richmond Academy cow not only I would loan Alb.nl. .- between the USSR and
County schools, 20 to Orange Farris Bryant said the state Continued From Page One) In Augusta, he la a holder too million but also mould. the United States will preventa

County, seven to Plnellaa and won't intervene In the aabotage- Re-Survey Bid Is Voted Down one of the largest shopping cen- of pre.standard and standard build fret two hydro electric major war, ao toe ,has the
three to Hillaborough. plagued Florida East Coast Railway I tera In Central Florida. certificates for American Institute plants, an oil refinery and tex monolithic structure of world

: strike until the federal Continued From Pate Ont) He refuted charges in the Three of the four original of Banking courses, and a the and other factories The communism and the clone ties
Senate To Gel government has tried every Golf Course Bartow Air Base stores ire atlll located at the graduate of the Dale Carnegie agreements formally were concluded ofh.. Western allitnct been
editorial that political pressure In April 19S9
settlement possibility weakened.
Cleanera course.He
center Ben Darby ,
Continued From Page One) The governor told his weekly Ralph and the Durranct Eaton Park of Fort plot.Meade With was put on the site committee. however, has long since been la a member of the First Also In April 1959. Fidel Castro And the Initiative has been

Ht Indicated he was hoping the news conference Wednesday he and chairman Austin Race of "I seriously doubt that an, replaced by Plata Cleanera. Baptist Church in Auguata, past visited Washington passed to weaker powera.

bill could survive its inevitable will not ask Labor Secretary W Winter Haven against the resurvey amount of pressure would Influence The moat recent changes treasurer and director of the "We art not Communists," \
attack from Willard Whiz to bow out of the Junior Chamber of he said, and he added that Explosion .
Republicans "
In It was defeated S toMrs. Z, them, he said. have been the changing of Augusta .
"two or three d. ..." strike negotiation until he la current Cuba had no intention of con'iacatlng
Commerce the
Phillips voting with W.t- Davis presented figure to try Wu, Toyland to Gandee was foreign Indus- Continued From Pagt. One)
On the defense bill, the Senate certain the government wWrr.nt Toys, and only last year, La'Nelce president of the C-S Bank Club, private
when four disarmed
to refute Bartow'a try: In cue of conflict between boys a bigdynamite
war expected to follow the the request& "and thatwill son.There Beauty Salon moved to and has actively participated inmany
lead of the House and vote the be when the government was t controversy over the baat was the centerof local drives East and Welt, he intimated, bomb placed under
for Jordan'a Television community
where the meeting- with Dr. make room Cuba would bt on the aide of the: tracks by pulling the wires
Pentagon more has exhausted hope of population by showing that
spending authority every James Wattenbarger, directorof Sales and Service. He and his wife, Diana, endyoung the West. loose just before a freight train
it doesn't want this settlement. Winter Haven was nearer to
The center was originally de. eon, Jay, have rented a
t the junior college division But soon the cracka began to panned. *
time for
development of a Bryant had said before he the students who would attend
Jenkins borne Alachua Drive
veloped by George on There have been
manned of the State Department of Public show two explosions
strategic bomber. felt the state might be able to the college He used figure
However three Midwestern settle the too.day-old dispute If Instruction, who headed the on average mileages dally: from Founder and president of PubJx In 1959, the Fed Chinese be. In the Miami area and
r senators, uniting behind Defense the Labor Department would site team, would be held, but the 10 senior high schools I In and former Winter Haven FLORIDA STOCKS tan moving In on the Soviet the most recent derailed a
Secretary Robert S. Mc. step out of the plcturt. He Head's final motion provided! the county for this purpose.He resident now living In Lake Here are the 1 p.m. closings Union's Albanian preserve with freight! train at new 'Smyrna

I Nsmara, offered an amendment said members of the State Mediation that this would be up to Dr. said postponement of a and. on Florida docks aa reportedby loan and trade agreementa By Beach south of here.
The North Gate stores will Francis 1. duPont and Co ate Castro There have been than
designed to eliminate t Service felt the same Wattenbarger. decision on a college site "II 1959, was denouncing more
152 million reaaarch and development : war: Watson wanted the meeting not wise If you delay it will celebrate "Lucky: Seven" with Air Control 23H the United States aa an ag 200 incident of vandalism and
item for studies on In Tallahaaaee, but Durran reflect Cnhe Integrity and a big weekend sale, and the Tampa Electric MV4' gressor. sabotage since the railway was
a new manned bomber. The said he would not go to T.na- qualifications of the survey miniature circus la scheduled Florida Telephone 28'i' In 1960, Albania openly Joined struck by members .of,11 non-
authorization was approved by McCoy Enters haaaee for such a meeting and team" and might hurt the to remain through Monday Plant Industries 244 Red China in a denunciation of operating unions Jan. V23, 1963.

the Senate Armed Services (Continued From Page One) felt it should be held In Bartow, county's chances of getting a I

I 1 Committee. Tuesday for commissioners to so the public could attend. Watson -! college at all, ht aald.
The House approved the $32 replace Mra Phyllis Holt, said he opposed subjecting Each: of the board member
million bomber I item and added George Thornhlll and William Dr. Wattenbarger to the "en was heard. Head said he want
'$40 million to the Pentagon's Bowser whose term explrt. barraaament and emotlona ed t full study and promise CENTRAL OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 8 P. M.

authorization[ request for research Nominations art open to any Ism" that might result from a decision "fair to all the county A

[ and development on aa village resident who ia t mem an open meeting. ." Mra. Phillips had queations STORES

'Improved manned Interceptor her of the Public Safety Asaoclitlon. Watson then moved for a r.survey. .- about the survey report,
!plane. The Senate committee "I'm in favor of a re- such sa how the team reached .
Anyone: paying: TS cents
[dropped the $40 million. LAY-AWAY NOW
have Its decisions on accessibility,
: for fire protection automaticaly survey. If we're going to
I Sens. Gaylord Nelson, D-Wls. : ,
bow sites be
becomes a member of the trouble anyway: we might II many can approved
William Proxmirt, D-Wit,, and
( for funds and how
matching ,
well have the he
survey, I I1
rganliatlon and eligible for
(,George S. McCovera D-SD.,
parked the move to eliminate membership said when it appeared that the goon can engineering studies be FOR EASTERDRESSES I:

the bomber research funds, Fire Chief Carl) Alack la meeting in Tallahassee was fa.. made..
ing too much opposition. The r.. Mayor Dantxler twice take<
too. Outlining the plan Wednesday chairman of the nominating '
what the of theresurvey r
Nelson made public a portion committee. Other membera are survey was defeated I to J, purpose
be wanted was, but
of a letter from McNamara. Ray Crossman, Carl Hertlg, Head voting with Durranct and
failed to get an answer Carpenttr -
Joe Mroaek and Otto Wlegert Race with the explanation that
thought the board could
although ht originally had favored
find out all It needed to know

New York Stock ReportNEW the and meeting any a resurvey other with site Wattenbarge, team ht though mem, by about submitting the site queatlona team's In action writing 98

I It2
bas t who could attend, should and getting answers In writ-
YORK: (UPD-Midday) : Johns.Manvillt 17% be held first lag Mra. Phillips said aha did. : "

stock prices: Kenneeott 12% The Bartow resolution was n't want them in writing-ahe 6 T

American Can 41V Koppera 40H read by City Attorney J. H. preferred the give and take of

American Hardwarv 44V4 Kroger Co. 27HLiggett Lane after County Supt. She- a meeting, though she wantedthe
American Motors 1644 4 Myers 71 Icy Boone read the others. Its meeting In Tallahassee o 10.98 .
American Sugar 24Vi Lockheed S7ttLorlllard principal points were that the The discussion was held before -
American TIlT 141 43W' survey team had seemed to sa overflow crowd of more
American Tobacco 29 Louisville It Nashville MV4 than 100, the large part of ..
concentrate the aesthetic
Anaconda 48ii Merck 118H features of the on sites rather than which was made up of Winter :"\ DAILY ARRIVALS OF NEW SPRING DRESSES FROM AMERICAS:

Atlantic Coast LineMvt Middle So UU1 40M' their economic polnta. lavenltes and then from the eel
Babcock It Wilcox .. 5444 Monsanto 17% With the facilities at Bar. I other communities who supported LEADING DRESS MANUFACTURERS i.

Bendix Corp. 45H Mont Ward IS tow Air Base, the resolution, the site tea m'. choice of
Bethlehem Steel 34H Nat Gypsum 47V approved by the city com mil the Winter, Haven Golf Course : t

Boeing 41% Paramount Pict. Cltt alon early yesterday, contend. It was an orderly meeting, with JUDY PALMER RICH LADY
Briggs Mf,. TH Penney 45V ed that It "11 most convenient almost elaborate attempts onall

Burlington Ind. 45Vi Penn RR UH most suitable, and moat eco to prevent tempers from CINDY FROCKS EIIY FRANK
Chesapeake & Ohio 70% Pepsi-Cola 49% nomic. It called the team's flaring. The discussion/ took f t
Chrysler 42H Philip Morris 74''* zoning criteria "unreasonable1 about two hours of the thr...
Cities Service 67 Phillips Pet 48', when It preferred Winter Haven hour session of the board. JOAN-DEL LADY RICHARD

Coca-Cola 118 Republic Steel 42 Golf Course because of its
Colgate 42 Reynolds Tob 40tt residential toning, and also remarked No Frost c RITE-FIT THE JONES GIRL
Continental Can 44U Seaboard Air Line 4<'V4 on the contrasting topography

Curtiaa-Wright 18'4 Seen Roebuck 106Tt -tht team bad preferred LAKELAND UPI-Tht HELEN JOY KNIT TEMPO.
Douglas Aircraft 23% Sinclair 48% the golf course-gently mornlng -
temperature bulletin from
Dow Chemical 69* Socony MobU T1H roUlng-to the air base-level. the Lakeland Weather Bureau SILVER STYLE
Du Pont 259HEaatern Southern Co. 54H' The resolution called for a Forecast :
for peninsular Flo-
Air 3IElltm.n Sou Nat Gas 49% aurvey. .
Kodak 1274 Southern Railway 60 Mayor Bud Corneal! of Aaburndalt for tonight and Friday ARNELS DACRON BATISTE CUPIONI EASY CARE COTTONS
Showers north
sad central) dla-
Ford Motor S4Vi Sperry 18V spoke in support of
trios tonight and In south and PETITE JUNIOR SIZES ,
General Electric (6'4 Standard Oil (NJ) (2 the survey team site, as did central districts MISSES HALF
Friday Coniderable
General Motors 79tt Studebaker 7% City: Manager Grady Cortner .
Gen Telephone J2H Sunray: DX $1% of Haines City and Wilbur Bell much cloudiness and not '
change la
Georgia Pacific 60% Swift 48V4 of the Chamber of Commerce, Lowed temperature A.
Goodrich HH Texaco 74% City Manager Don Hartafield temperatures Friday .

Goodyear 44% Texas Gulf Sulphur 22% of Lake Alfred. southern districts a6t J

Gulf Oil S2 Union Carbide 1UH Turnbull said of the Bartow A Future little colder temperature Friday night.outlook No: e (, .a 1

Indian Head 15% U. S. Pipe 21H resolution that "I feel It questions treat
the (date) criteria not danger through Saturday
Interchem Corp. 44HIntl. U. S. Rubber I2V4 '" .
Nickel 68H U. S. Steel ItttWalwerth the selection." He then said for young Juniors "qJ ,oJ3
Int T&T M Co. tvt Winter Haven bed acted on ;
Watson's own suggestion In I rFAMILY Q I
viewing the golf count some I I BRIGHT GAY FASHIONS oIttt
months ago Watson had told R p'n-t.

him, be said, that "if this site PIONEER t'l:
e i t
were offered all our problems
]I11 '
would be solved.
Turnbufl who said made bt felt up the the professionals aur 1 tool I DRESSES 9err

vey team were "eminently Bright tasting but not I'.hlrp i ?
qualified and fair." Re blasted Krafl frineh Is the '
"Irresponsible and wild rav 1 I' 3" 598
one that fwryfcorfy likes- t..
ings" of a newspaper which he U kids and grownups, too.It's I to
did not Identify but he was referring .
far sad e
\l\\\r'\ to a Lakeland Ledger 1 away the 1I
\ 1t. Sunday editorial. favorite SIZES 3 to 6x 7 to 14

; \ He took exception to 'Implied 1
accusations In the editorial that II

t. iilf certain people were guilty ofehluner ::1 (
/ ). He called "a bare CENTR r
I faced h." the paper's statement I 4'

\ / that 40 acres of grove I ;
near the golf course would coat
b / $400,000. I

-: -- ____ Referring to the Eaton Park I
I (< -- ,-, site, which ia located near 1 tlMSa1M6 I Cool

J.# abandoned phosphate mining I
....-.........---- areas, "somebody somewhere 'I f

stands to make millions" tf ALWAYS MORE OF THE BETTER THINGS FOR LESS 1 I

'A.nIaL1l'a4Der just II,nk a thirty***'llUtt.':.. I the ht said.Junior college Is put there, .. ..J J A

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Thursday, February 27, 1944 Page 7iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Eastern Star ', f

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Junior Women Install Philo! .y The Winter Haven'r Citpn_ : .

sJ No. 74. Order of X a i tjjjyfj! : : f

a!'; : '. Club Officers At MeetingA the Star Night Masonic observed on Tuesday Tempi evening Obllgatlgn. :\ :.-:.

cruise aboard the SS group will sponsor the Valentine Mrs H. Eugene
Philo war used ai the theme Ball in 1965 for the benefit Worthy Matron, .
I "Cit Mn. W. B. Craig, Past
for the Instillation of the of. of the club welfare work Matron and C. R.
w titers of the Philo Club Tuesday and projects.The Put Grand Patron Mrs.R. : :
rk evening at the Woman's nominating committeereport Lt { try Lucas Past Grand Rutl...,
and Mrs H. S. Mullinax
Club The active girl's sew was made by Bias f =
Grand Representative to tM.w..we
ice club at WHHS la Jane Motslnger and officer -
orado of The Grand Cha))>-!=! ,=
yM 3' .ij } by the Junior Worn- will be elected at the Merck ter of Florida along with..i= ;.
an's Club. Members of both meeting. number of Past Matrons-. '
organizations and the moth. The Installation banquet Past Patroni. "* = 'IIoIra.
+ 'w era of the Philo members date was changed to April T Freed announced that.
the March 10th meeting will ** '
V attended the ceremonies due to a conflict with the be Initiation. : :r,
conducted by Mrs Richard state convention of the FlorIda Refreshments were set.rd? '

Noll. Federation of Woman's In the dining haU by Mra" ..
: Jere Rtddlck was given the Clubs scheduled for April ISIt a 11. N. Smith, Mrs C R. Lu- "

p'4: : cardboard foot long ship, the in Jacksonville. Miss Geneva a ; cat and Mra. Grace Pickett."1. il;t ,

:! SS Philo ai the was Install Pollard will be in chargeof .. ---
ed aa president for the 1M4- the installation banquet ar G SALE
65 school year. Other officers rangements. t
Belgian DwarfAZALEAS
; 4; received aa outline form of An Informal social for prospective
the ship with the office and new members will be RE cNf RIDE s
year printed on it. They err; held March 14 at the home Mri. Charles Ralph Hartley ti the former Milt Jim. I Is beds eed hI! kleem J
., tft Vice president, Frances Doty; of the president, Mrs. Harp. mie Nell Ennii, daughter of Mr. and Mri. A. C. Ennti FRI. and SAT. ONLY -. ,1 I
secretary, Betsy Relti; treasurer er. Mrs. Terry English will of Auburndale. Her husband Is the son of Mrs Jencle
and Kay Ting; Chaplain, be general chairman for the Hartley of Waverly. The wedding was an event of 39c e 69c e 93c, t
MRS. HAROLD DUNHAM, pictured with h.r daughter, Mrs Clark Davis left, Claudle Ridley; Historian social event. February 14th and the newlyweds are now making I
t. Howard T. Sh.lly of Mancheiter, la. when the wet honored this week by the PEO Carol Msringer and Parliamentarian The group voted to assist their home In Auburndale. The bride Is the former COONEY'SGARDENWAY
terhood on her birthday. She was alto entertained with a reception at the Haven Linda Mongell. Publlx In the grand opening Mn! Imperial Polk County and reigned over many
teL A resume of the past year's of the Dew store In Southeast
activities during the Polk County Centennial Cele f
activities of the Pill war Plaza by serving cof ICIt AM. $, N.W. CYI-IOSO f
given by Miss Judy Smith fee and cookies bration.
Shower-Luncheon -
Mrs. Dunham Is Honored for the benefit of the sponsoring Mrs Marvin Brooks was
Mrs. Vincent DlLorenzo organisation. welcomed as a transfer mem
Mrs. Dunham was pleasantly surprised Tuesday gave a shower-luncheon Tuesday Refreshments were servedby ber from the Sebring Junior. ,
the hostesses, Mrs JamesR. Woman's Club. Members attending
for Mrs. Robert Carney "
R-hen she was honored guest at the PEO Sisterhood with Mrs Stewart Clevelandas Hardy and Mrs. W, Scott were Mesdames Samuel Florida Citrus ExpositionCORONATION .
[ Garden Grove. She was being recognized for her Guests Included Mrs. Wil and preceding the Scott Harper, Bill Moore
liam Andrew, Mrs. Justin Bil- business session of the Junior James Hardy, Dorothy Fox
many years of active work in PEO and it was alsoIher ller, Mrs. George !Boucher Woman's Club.A Carl Jensen, Richard Noll : I
birthday. Mrs. H. M. Owen Jr., Mrs. report of a successful W B. Strange, Terry English BALL ;; r
Howard Shelly of Man Paul Hoffman, Mrs. Carol Valentine Ball was made by John Attaway and Misses ,
la., was here for the given by her daughter Mrs. Well and Mrs. Timothy Kovy, the general chairman of the Barbara Horton, Jane Mot-
honoring her Davis. mother of the honoree.hlllllllllllllllllllflllllllllllllllllllllll. ball, Mrs. Dorothy Fox. Theiiiiiiiiiimiimiiitiiiiimiitiimtiitiii singer and Geneva Pollard.

She Is a member ofIe .,Guests.,... were received by ..................................l...........l.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSHI ............................................ : : \
[ PEO. M Chapter r a. Dunham's In Man. Mrs David Ellsworth R. Popnam Mrs., David Mrs. WEDNESDAY MARCH 11th 9:30: P.M.1:30: A.M. :

daughter, Mrs Clark B. CIddings, Mrs Howard Shelly
.. Is also an active PEO of Manchester, Ia. Pouringwere :
In Winter Haven. Mrs. Duey Ellsworth (\
Mrs. V. L. Wise and Mrs. rAa ,, .
.. Dunham, an organb* ,1111111 '
f member of the Manches- W. H. Hamilton. The guest u? ."
1 la. PEO Sisterhood chap. book was kept by Mrs. R. B.
moved here la 19H. and Dunham and Mrs. W C. Hart. :
seventy-five Public is Invited First Come First Serve.;
was a charter member of Approximately on a ,
Chapter U. She served as Us guests called during the appointed ,
president la 193T-U, and wara hours .. I
charter member of ChapterBN f IIv4 X11 .e ee Basis. Formal! ; '
which was organized herea The Men's Tie Foundation, !
few years ago. In a nationwide survey was ,f
A skit following the pattern, urged by tie sellers to broad. "
kA II.hf ALcovt1l
and brighten the four-Inbend. -
"This Is Your Life" (In PEO) en

was read given.from a Greetings granddaughterof were the.. Some tie three suggested Inches making wide. Limit: 300 couples. Tables seat (18 .: :,

Mrs. Dunham, who Is a for young men and lwo-and- Parties suggested. """: .
PEa member, and she was one-half Inches wide for old.
presented with a scrapbook er men. Oa color, one tie <
as well as gifts\ from the ssleimaa put it this "way l] Cost: $5.00 per person. ?'; "'
three chapters In which she "Unleis the trade stops thinking 'J'
baa been active. deadly, dull darks and '. .
Beceptioa starts making something beside 'a

Haven Tuesday Mn. Hotel Dunham afternoon with was a reception honored at the color.Dot get stripes better., our We business want more win i.-MoDltH $1 cESAIt sJll a-oRN rDirlpltR' Jack Bailey & Jeanne Cagney, Special Guests : ..0".0"i

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It will look as U you had ( or unfinished and with
CENTERS a treat variety of textured .
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The arrangement pictured .
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The StratfordThe dining and living areas. It room and your needs. The

two actually spacious gives rooms.the lllusioa Place of here dining could area as grouping easily be shown used Special, Music by "Jack Golly and his music"t

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I :Titan l ICBM Haskins Commission Gels As Blue And Gold Frostproof Man


"LIN 1 w ___ Scores/ 8thStraight 2nd Lieutenant Banquet Held Enters RaceDavid

'? 1- I. e B. Higglnbottom, law.

r1e: HitCAPE By Pack 555Cub yet and city attorney, announced

+ Y'Y, r ti+;. his candidacy for rep.

KENNEDY UPlTh. ) re.entative In the Florida Legislature
lI ( Scout Pack 555, sponsored
'f Air Foret scored 1U eighth by St Paula Episcopal J from Polk County

'ft 1I straight success with America Church, held its annual Blue 1+' ,'vI Group 3Hlgglnbottom.
'ft t mighty Tit.n ICBM Wednesday .A and Gold Banquet in the parish 44, la the ion
on I 5,000-mile test of its
t hall of the church.
I t' of the late Sam and Ethel Cody
ability to act n a war rocketor Harry E. King Jr., pack
4h Higglnbottom, former missionaries
d space chairman, and Jim Crump, cub-
I to India. He is marriedto
103 foot missile, third
master, directed the affair
ocean.spanning rocket fired at Sowards, the former Thelma Kelley
the Cape within I 24-hour pe 3 Norman represent Carter of Lakeland and has a
ing the district scout executives
rlod, roared into the cloudlet daughter who la now married.
presented the pack's new D. B. HIGCINBOTTOM
Hifginbottom graduated from
sky atop a transparent columnof
4'r heaL Its heavily instrument. charter for 1964, awarded. I j Princeton in 1941, and received,
ed warhead landed minutes banner for prompt re registration ''his law degree from the University
later in the south Atlantic.It RICHARD A. HASKINS: and also one for 100 percent I News Reporter of Florida in 1848 Since r
war the 14th success in tl participation in Boys' Life then he baa practiced law and
r test flight at the Cape. In ad. Richard A. Haskiaa, son of Subscription. hat also been engaged In farmIng .
ditioo, the Air Fore hat had< The following Cubs received and business activities in
Mr. and Mrs Dale S. Haskins
eight tuccessei in nine opera. awards Silver Arrow, Ted Hailed By LBJ Frostproof, Babion Park, Bar-
tional firings on the West Coat of Lake Hamilton, has been Walker, Jay Crump, Hank tow and Lakeland.He I
The last Titan to fall short of commissioned t second lieutenant King, Larry Lyle; Wolf Badge, served overseas In World
1 its goal cam last May in the U.S. Air Fore aft Rodney Collier; Bear Badge, WASHINGTON (UPI)-Prea- War II, has been Frostproof
z- The Titan can carry a nu Jim Roberts and Eddie Sherman Ident Johnson met with David city attorney for six years,
er graduating from Officer .
clear warhead equal to IS mil. ; and Lion Badge, Freddie Lawrence Wednesday to congratulate has been president of the Frost
lion pounds of TNT to a target Training School at Lackland Hayf. him on the 50th anniversary proof Chamber of Commerce
1 -J halfway around the globe. As e Air Fore. Base, Tex. bf the white House \hree times, and president of I
space rocket, It will hurl two. Lt. Haskins was selected Correspondents Association. the Frostproof Rotary Club
Amiketas Club Lawrence, a nationally syndicated He has also been
Gemini into active
man capsules or very
PILOT CLUB'SPEAKERDr.. Stephen Speronts, .n authority on Russia at the Unl. bit. The first unmanned shot I I. through competitive examinations columnist and editor and in the Polk County chapter .
:varsity of Tampa, war the guett speaker Monday night *t a meeting of the Pilot Club it set for March 27. with other college gradu Seats OfficersThe publisher of U.s. News & World of the National Foundation
the Perk Rsturnt. From Itft, Mm Sere Bernt, chairman of the safsty committee, Dr. et... H* received his degree Amiketas Club at Win Report magaiine, li the last (March of Dimes). He had been
Sp.ronis, and Mill Alice Sherman, president of the Pilot Club. Society Plans from the University of Florida ter Haven High School has Installed living member of the founders a director for six years, and
after graduation from flames new officers. of the association, which was got the chapter on I solvent
Dinner MeetingThe City High School Trudy Edell, past presidentof chartered Feb. 25, 1914. basis
I Havenite Wins School Title Of Homemaker He Is being assigned to Kees the club presided at the i
Orlando Section of the ler AFB, Miss, for training as meeting Mrs. John Adams, For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3.3139
American Society for Quality .
an air traffic controller. former Miss America contest
Glenda Dianne Grist, a senior determine the Homemakers of Control will bold a dinner meet. ant, entertained the group with
at Winter Haven High Tomorrow In other schools. ing at the Mount Vernon Motor Buffalo Bill Cody met dime her accordion. E21
School, has been named I 1964 Miss Grist paper has bee Inn Orlando, on Thursday, novel writer Ned Buntline at Mrs Donna Schopke, guidance l'
Betty Crocker Homemaker of, entered with those of other March 5, at 115: p.m. Fort McPherson In Nebraska. counselor, Installed/ the
Tomorrow and now becomes school winners In the state I In The speaker ,will be Charles Buntllne la credited with making new president, Penny Jacoby RI
eligible for one of 102 scholarships competition for the tale, State H. Brokaw, chairman of the Cody's name a household Mrs Gloria Alderman II the Bagwell Building Supply Rya ge
.'totalling $110 thousand. Homemaker of Tomorrow. The Section, and director of Quality word the world over. club apnsor. '
She became Homemaker of winner of this honor will receive .
Control, Minute Maid Company, --- -- -- -------------
Tomorrow by achieving the a Jl,500 scholarship from who will talk about "The Man
highest score among girls of General Mills, Inc. sponsor of facture and Quality Control of
the local school taking a writ- the annual program The sec: z'Oti Frozen Concentrated Orange -" .'
tea examination on Dec. 1. The ond.ranking girl in the stat Juice". Pedro Grantham'sMo4J.Sld':
test war also taken by senior will receive a 1500 educational '
Brokaw,. i native Orlandoai,
girls throughout the country to grant. The school of the state ,
was graduated from the Unl
versity of Florida and bar
J a worked for several food man. CHEESE
facturers Associated with Mln Food Store
ute Maid for nearly 15 year, 'I)

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1/ I / I .,,' t lu 1 i!/ J ) 1.(I( II ('(- I Technologists eluding the Institute and the of Florida rood, Arriiiit.4 with Ov fWt Buy Wholesale Iowa Corn Fed Beef For Your Freezer .

Canners Association 0 GLENDA. DIANNE GRIST An invitation la extended to aries You 320 3rd St., N.W. Phone CY 3-1566 Regular or Thick SlicedRATH'S
all those Interested In attending Quality Mtrthtfll'lM \
winner will be awarded a complete this open meeting The social toe L... FREE PARKING
set of the Encyclopaedia hour starts at 5:15: with dinner I
ALL NEW 1964 Britannlca by Encyclopaedia at T. Reservations can be made TOP Bacon

Britannica, Inc. by 1316258 calling W. C. Morrell at B 8UIJlIOF 'IOOD % 59"J

Late la April, the first.plc Ib

L ,'rH states winners and from the each District of "the of Co 50 Broones:Speaks :::: _--- = UlGAI'" T .

lumbia, together with school nls h, .tack cap sR peer feed seeds. Min Fr*lh'PM.'I
k fWturinf Ceded Valise tikes for bit I **' swrfufls Slice == -
advisors, will gather in Colonial soar M Sep ..llry mwl I "_"..... And 4rat fen** yea always, gal P04..'. fusses Florida Grade A
Willlamsburg, Va, to start an I Here Monday s raMllit4 Mnrk. awry vltln

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tour, also including Washington .

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will culminate with the naming THIS FINEST QUALITY IOWA MM IS NATURALLY MOil TINDER ;
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Tomorrow.All-American Chosen Homemaker on the basis of We've Brought in A Large Quantity To Frozen Foods

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John Brown of Lakeland I !

resident of Polk County for

Upswing With Tax Cut mer more administrative than 30 years and assistant for

In the Sheriffs Department, m
WASHINGTON (UPI) A long as our economy remains w.
announced today that be li I
$11.1 billion tax cut, designed strong," said the President la
:"to put an average of $4 or 15 an obvious reference to Soviet AGdd ? d nh'rItlh ? candidate for Ue clerk of
.'more a week into pockets of Criminal Court of Record of
Premier Nlklta S. Khrushchev'sef.quoted
'most U.S. wage camera this Polk County In the Democratic
:year begins taking effect next promise to "bury" primary

,week and President Johnson capitalism In announcing hit
;;wanta Americana to make the For his part, the Chief Executive +
Brown laid ai Criminal Court 4s
most of It. promised to make new Inroads r
Even before the Ink urea. dry against federal spending, P bt+aar I Clerk be would "support removal r r5r
.on the landmark legislation including a new goal to ellmInste of the Clerk'i Office M
Wednesday it had performed Its an additional T.SOO government from the fee system and plac-
first feat, spurring the stock jobs "in the very next In log it on a budget operation.
market to ita best gala In two few months"While
weeka Johnson forecast good This office la presently on thesocalled

One year, one month and two days ahead the Internal Revenue fee tjAtm"' be stated
II days after the late John T. Service (IRS) announcedthat "under which the taxpayers of
Kennedy's urgent appeal the some workers should notice this county receive little or no JOHN BROWN
( Senate put the final stamp of the first effects of the tax !Information ,
approval on the biggest tax cut cut next Thursday, March I. concerning the expenditures In which he served In the Air
in the nation's history by a That II when a lower payroll of thli office." Force He la a Master Mason
74-19 vote with. generous Republican withholding rate goes Into effect u h Born in Alabama, he moved aa Eastern Star, a mem
I aupport. meaning higher paychecks with his parents to Florida atan ber of Parkview Baptist Church
Johnson promptly signed It early age and haa been a
Into law at a While House ceremony The IRS said it would follow resident of Polk County since and put president of the Com
then told a nationwide a rule of reason" in enforcingthe 942. He la married to the former bee Area Little Boys Baseball
radio-television audience that It March S ch.n'fOver.lOW.. Eleanor Davie of Auburn-
would strengthen the United will not find fault with employers dale and the father of two sons,
,I ALMOST READY-The finishing touches art being' put on the Southeast Plan Shopping Center. The new cantor LEFT OUT
States by bolstering the economy who are delayed a day or John Jr. and Ronnie The family _
Is scheduled to early In March. BRISTOL, England (UPI)
17 when US taxpayers and two in putting the lower rate open resides at 2822 Dixie Road,
corporations start spending the into effect by problems encountered Lakeland. The flrat race at. Eaatvlll
extra cash. In converting their Johnson called the tax cut Florida Orange the orgsnltatioD's activities durIng Fort Nlobrara near Valentine Brown graduated from Lake- Greyhound Stadium here was
"No one csa bury us or payroll systems," a spokesman 'an expression of faith in our I I the put year Neb, was built In 1880 to land High School and Lakeland declared void Wednesday night
f bluff u. or beat us so said. I system of free enterprise." Marketers Set About 400 members are expected keep the Sioux Indiana in line studied Business business College administration where he when meat had been found In

t to attend after they were moved to their and business all the starting gates except
Annual law. Active in
I MeetingFlorida permanent reservations in various organization, Brown la No. 1-that of the. favorite
PRAYER ANSWERED South Dakota a veteran of World War II, Sluley Pearl"
Orange Marketers
Inc., will hold ita annual itock-
Mall carried Its
a cartoon on
hold I era meeting Tuesday,
editorial Tuesday showinga !
March 4, at 10 am In the page
little girl at her bedside !.
27 to Mar. 7 I Tupperware on South Home Orange Parties Blossom auditorium under four pictures of the

Beatles. The caption read:
Trail near Orlando. "God bless Paul, John George Now! a New and
MAALOX Aqua Not McKee so. Principal speakers for the and Rlngo-and Lord help Casslus .
Hair ASPIRIN mettle will be Benjamin H. Clay!I"
LIQUID Spray Ohlert, Jr., president at Minute Today the Dally Mall carried
Maid Co., and I. J. Parrlsh, the same cartoon of the little
; $1.19 99" 59' Jr., president of F. 0 M. girl praying with a newspaper Brighter Color TV
Oehlert will discuss current at tier feet with the headline
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deep," one leader prince and princesses, Billy Hmm and Joyce Katmaker,
represented the first three grades.
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Beatles Bowling Keeps InvestigationTALLAHASSEE

, Calif. (UPI -
girls Juveniles Out (UPI) -Th
ing teenage Stat Public Utilities Commlsslon .
$30 quarters
has launched an Investlgation -
i a telephone booth .. \
into billing method used
wilting for long Of Mischief
by 10m. electric companiesthat
pratora to connect cuts the costs to a few bigcustomers. IET THE NEW
of the Beatles
ne .
ctlon finally wasH JOPLIN Mo. (UPI) When
I youngster spine a black ball Commission Chairman Ed i
) p.m. PST (1:30x down a bowling lane here, civ. Mason said Wednesday conferences I.
>l time where there Ic leaders cheer It as a strike will begin In Jacksonvlll If
domiciled but AT HAILEY FORD !
had against juvenile delinquency April > on a study of "conjunc
of the quartet The teenage rag in Joplin live billing"
cal operators to repphon and the neighboring towns of "Conjunctive billing," Mason
calls from Webb City, Mo., and Galena, "
')tat... Kan., is to be a member of the explained, Is a method by which
TrlClty Junior Bowling Association the readings of several electric
John About 40 per cent of the meters in the name of one customer .
1e, eligible youth belong. art added together and Your
dcken Pox "Since the association was billed at a lower cost TiEFL4
started two years ago," Wood
roN (UPI Car- son Oldhsm juvenile judge,
ly and her I.year- Slid, "juvenile delinquency has Union, Rail
John Jr., have bad dropped noticeably "Not one satisfaction
i that nemesis of junior bowler has ever been la Report Extended f .
Chicken pox. juvenile court or arrested by !
kerman Mrs Johns authorities for questioning." WASHINGTON (UPI)-PresIdent .
social secretary Bol S. Wood superintendentof ( Johnson Wednesday extended -
day that 6-year-old poplin schools, praised the for 80 days the deadline IS
picked up the dis- program as a year-around boon for the report on an emergency t
nth "a lot of other to extracurricular activities for board investigating a dispute .
first grade classnhn youth He laid It kept the children between virtually all the ; ourdesire
was afflicted.LER active and out of mischief nation's railroads and the
Also, students who play hookeyare Brotherood of Railroad Signalmen -
barred from bowling .. "- rl I :
Harry Hoffman I radio The union served notice on
newsman (at KFSB), and Bill the railroads In February, 1963, .
; Marshall president of local that it wanted to negotiate a. D. WATERS ED THOMAS
(Plaza) bowling lanes, spearheaded new contract The dispute centers
the movement. Marshall around wages and job leI -
said the junior bowling at I rarity provisions of a new con
his lanes was the largest pro. tract.
gram at any single establish-
went In the nation. Gurney Seeking
I.IG The association has 2,500 ERYTHING'S CHANCED J
members and a school census Second Term
i shows that there are only 6,200
persons in the area who are WASHINGTON (UPI) Florida .
eligible: by age I to 18 to Republican congressman
Join. Edward J. Curacy announced : except the name )
Hoffman said the organization Wednesday he I would seek a
was a bonanza he had not second term in office
expected. Parents now take Gurney, in announcing his bid
their children to neighboringareas For election, pledged to work *
13[ for tournaments, besides for economy In government and

youngsters visiting Strict the rules roll.lanes are to enforced watch the No rights the preservation. of individual HAILEY FORD co. :

smoking Is permitted Use of Sitting Party" Children bowled
vulgar language liquor and bad while their parents celebrated
LY sportsmanship are taboo. Hoffman "We're the largest baby sitters -
and Marshall also Instituted in the world," Marshall
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"SEAIRAND"SHRIMP' HEADED. .2 U $1o O LiMAS"STOKELY" SLICE GREEN. . 5* NgiJS: $100 49 t.\\r'''


PIZZA . 2"HL $1 CUT Q a S J
BEETS"STOKRIY" . -8 CANS>303>< $1 1 00 d a iz ;!
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$ 00

UA' 49, TOMATO SAUCE.10 CANS"PILUIURY" 303 $100 y; 1. I
BLEACH . a 29; Green Beans 6 il: $100 T IDE n
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3 9 LIKE H, OOv SYRUP j. :L 59; 49c ;


idtli CHARCOAL 99x COFFEE e e e I $129 a aaajbl I'.


SUGAR HERSHEYS S".$7.00 Limit Bag or I With More 49fir L;

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\ BIG 'BASS-Boyd Omang caught thin I 11'ipoundi I GOOD FISHING Tfi. rain failed to stop there .p LOTS OF SPECKS -I The fish were biting 1 Ili at l

Auburndal fishermen en a recent trip to Cocoa and Port Canal near Kltilmme( recently and them
i Black Ban In Lak Hartrldg. Boyd sad a shiner to add before the day was over they had caught the forty specs dale anglers' caught their full there at shown here an'r
this beauty to hit many ether largo b.... Length of this shown here. Left to right are J. W. Mathews, hit ton and to right are Wyatt Godfrey, Victor Lloyd and I
0". II 21 lneht.By Gary Creates.I King. an'M I

Sports f t{

1 la'i Roy Emerson i
i C9 i 1 without the permission of
4tg.1 Australian Tennis!
and Carol Hantie Suiman
Chula I Vlita, Calif, 1\
named top seeds
for the ninth Caracal
Yfrvs tional tennis tournament l

I 1 t'x> ing next Monday.KOBUSTELLI RETIRES. ,

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NICE CATCHES-Pictured from left to right are (III I I Mr. and Mn. the above 19 specks out of Lake Howard en Missouri mtnnowi; ((41) Mn. Brings You
Moore with a limit of speckled perch they caught out of Lake Howard; Bill Boham caught the 12-pound ban she It holding while trolling with a
((2)) Mn. Joe Sharp display three ben weighing up to seven pounds that I Repala. All that catches were brought Into Heath'a Chain 0' Lakes .
the caught while trolling with a Repela; ((3)) George Alexander caught Boat Basin
Perfected, Crystal Clear

I e Dodgers Pay Drysdale $71,000 League'after winning molt valuable 25 garnet player and

> United Press InteraaUooal 000 hike to, about 71000. Mirichal beating the New York Yankee On ?ice Outside .
if Now that thLoo Anfelei I reputedly fettled for $40,- twice In the World Serin. HI, '" f1 "Met ewmwvt COLOR TVby
too, will expect ale..t a $25'
:Dodgers have agreed to pay 000. which represented a $18, 000 raise 'X9S r ::J#'
,Don Dryidali a club Ugh of 000 raise ever hit salary hit The Dodgers alto have yet 10
Ii ;$71,000 this season, bow much I year when he potted a 2S-I ree sign speed merchant Maur y
Lcaih an they offering Sandy ord and pitched a no-hitter Wills and outfielder Frank Hunting and fishing rule' Ird District Northwest
KoufaxT against Houiton.Dryidile Howard. Florida Penneola, March
Drysdale and lUll Mirlcbil.el was "very reason- The Giants were happy to and regulation for the 1964- 90; DeFunlak Springs, March [QII Mathes '
: the Sao FrancUco Giants, able" In hit salary talks, according corral Marlcbal this early The 65 tenon will be discussed at 31; Marlanna, April 1; Wewahltchki .
'two of the mOlt feared rljht- to Dodger General high,kicking righthander held 20 public meetings to be held April 2, Quincy, I
landed pitchers In baseball Manager E. J. (Bunle) Bavait. out for 22 days lad year before throughout Florida by the April I.
both wound np with healthy rail- Koufix though might be a finally signing for $24000. HIt Came and Fresh Water rhhComml..lon 4th District Everglades
n when they signed their 1961contracts little tougher to deal with. The expected to leave hit homeIn The RichTand
during the Vero Beach, March 3, Okee.chnbee (
Wedneiday.Drysdale fait balling southpaw wit paid the Dominican Republic this March 4, Iromokalee
a lgam winner'past about $35,000 list year when be weekend for the Glanti' camp months of March and April. March 5, Clewliton, March
.season was given a $%S,- emerged at, the National at Fboenlx.TP According to A. D. Aid rich. 6, West Palm Beach, March A graceful modern cabinet of
oiled American Walnut veneers 0
CommUalon director then
10; Ft. Laudergile' March 11:
hardwood solids
and containing
meetings represent ID -
I effort oa the part of the Commission Miami 8th District March 12.Centra! Flat the finest Girth Methes Color nll, >++.'
\: to provide the sportsmen Ida: Palatka, March 4; De- Television component. The superb '3 e t! 0 ,
of Florida an opportunityto Land, March 11; Ocala round tyifem featureithree K,;: r, u
exprett aa opinion and to March II; Orlando, March high fidelity Ipea er.. 44" .j h ,,; '" + "r
I hive a part In establishing 25; Inverness, April 1. wide, 30" high, 20V'," deep.
; I both hunting and fishing reg
;, illations The public meetings Model 3S52I I Color.
alto provide the Commission

:, reasoning aa opportunity behind to certain explain rtftUlitloni the. See Mrems:: $399.95 r '

The final 196465 how good

ARE YOU GETTING T-P IN '65 IN rules established and regulation at a meeting will be of with acceptable l

the Commltilon In T+tlahua coffeecan

THE CAR YOU PURCHASE TODAY? held.public see In late meetings April after have all been 28 be! frld..I"n.

The early pre regulation
:. -' public meetings and the meetings Make it in a
and the annual rules and .* riinibtre ti ill euMinJlHg
regulation meeting will serve I H.",. Intirtilmiwitt' C.nt.r I I. e
If You're Not Sure Be Sure to several beneficial purposes. CORNINGWARES mJ m /oige! iiklntt I d tnvtn.*.
The public mectlngi In March Wllnut wnur t4 N6er I IJ liird.woe"
r ll4l.! F..tur.u SptcUl' 12hmll
and will
April allow sportsmen wild' AM/fM r.die tnjsftr ,
See Oue of Our Friendly Salesmen Today. the memories to voice aa of the opinion hit while hunt I$ y fh nef** ,hft.with. gphir.elyluw.ll"r.'J,

itlll fresh In .....
log season are KI'" TV pitlure tub with
their mlndi. The early meeting h 11000, Vflh .l alders l leave and.
dates will not conflict PERCOLATOR hn4 wlr,J ,.w.> ',u.I..,",". Tw'.
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with summer vacation and It I' wtctcrt t. 4 ( r |2 M
wile, ZT'4" high, seal H'/t"' *.. ,
It hoped that this change will ?
This Is It! The Last OfANNIVERSARY create a larger attendance at Black and Whit TV.
the meeUn,.. The early dates
will provide a margin of time
OUR la which the Commission h
: have available current regulation fromwith
6th SALE !. when the teatoaopeni. [QID! The Greensboro aeeepfable. trad

Pro regulations meetings turn PATIOS
will be held at follows: ,
1st District -South Florida: .
Dade City, March 0: Bartow, The Clifton
Entire Stock Priced To Clear March 10; Tampa, March 11;
March 12 .
Storing ; Ft M.d.II' Wft tskltitt e.11'
Myert, March 13; Sarasota, sin* wtlnvt' .u.tr end i.1.1.l
March 14 >tr4 w..4 illdi. F.iturt.
2nd District Northeast .nd ,ln"r*..d CM Su.M 11/h.lan.w
Florida: Jasper March I with It. Cubs, AM/FM mvlt' ,l.1
THURS. FRI. SAT. ; retie, dress pk.Npr.ph l with 'h.
Jacksonville March I
; .nw tuttcm built 4.i,..d Heel
Gainesville, March 10; Chief. ehenpr: with 4\im\ .nd stylus .ndt .
land March 11; Perry, March BREW AS COFFEE EXPERTS t t.fr,m kick e.nplbna udrldge.
12; Lake City, March 13. ADVISEI Brew In a clean potl Tw. /Z" wubre cal 'w. spa
CHEVROLET Late Models Nothing cleaner (or can be initial litriii, 10" wide, 10" high,
kept cleaner' ) then a COR- II". tI..,.
CHEVELLE Sharp CarsTransportation WHO WARE percolator for
64 Combination Stereo HI-FI I w
+AM/FM Radio
Cars brand apeoe-aie ceramic -
CHEVY II &: ? heatproof. coldproof and M

CHEVY TRUCKS Good Selection At eupe.nonporous stale ells K wathot can't cling like) tt":: $ I19e95

.. Most Models, Options, Low Prices, ..... coffee minute) always Ireahl t>Uitet cup, S9.I9.this ,

Colors & Equipment rASYFINANCINGI! *.cup ...........S10J8

[IN STOCK, SERVICED FOR See Us Today DON'T OAMSU $ $ $ Teapot! w/brewlng' device, NO DOWN PAYMENT UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY !

INSIST ON A "00101 N .W.WM. .....rlCInIoC"wrrYS I

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: Remember You Always Sate That Extra $100 to $300 At e H.w Fu* I
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CHEVROLET CENTER INC. .I WrNw 100%'Foctory, Wem by .lu 5y wheekseand 1

Highway '2 240 Sixth Strut,'SW United Motors HANDEE A TRUSTED NAME FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE ]


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Sport Shop '
Leed's ShoesWilsonPipes .t
Men's Store "J.
A Villa's Village '
Publix Market '

Harrell's Garden Center 'mot rrrj "i-1 pj 4
Freeman's 0
JewelryW. "
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T. GrantSouthslde .
Barber Shop : : r z, / .Y,
Carton's Beauty Shop "' I
1-Hour Martinizing Dry Cleaners r i tpo r i'
Koin-Kleen Laundry ""' ,
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Sun Finance & Loan Co. :'
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;', 'Jag. ,- EtgM..n- WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA ThUrsday; February 27, 1"96l

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:- '.in(I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted ((7)) To Buy Or Trade ((8)) Automotive WwWwWU I ((10)) Article For Sal ((12)) For Rent, Furn. -

: Spring and Summer No Experience Necessary CASH FOR ORANGES, 01UJ'1IIoFRUIT. I WFED1E88 LAWN TOPPING 2-BEDROOM rurnl.h"! house-
One tree or more I W. PEAT MUCK 111, CLAY H& Ilk .t. ID EIoiaa. 111.11 05
canned Dealer Ttltphunt CY CHECK BELOW Nba 110 e yarta. Tree PullincOrading. CYI-4 OI. weekly.
,. Dresses To earn good !Income with 1-4734 after I.W P m. I-.11 GREATVALUES : CT 1-0111 anytime._114: 35.3I

AVON COSMETICS. We will WANTED TO BUYt Fairly lieuted ''' POOlE bouae completely
la piano. Prefer Sttmwayother "r REFRIGERATOR: Cruelty elmIra.doe. siahod, Ei5erl ru"
train For 00Opie
you. appointment brand. CY 1-1757. 3BVYB MJOO la food condition. See Ave. 3 preftm.5103
food LOCAL 58
Junior sizes 5 to 15 call 682-4137 or writs SERVICESAVE II at MM AT*. el. HW. CY Mill Itlld. a'tyhms, Myntie 35.
I : BUY said appliancti and tunltura ; AIM Rocky Marat.

II .. byJunior P.O. Boa 1385 Lakeland and we tell uttd appllanea .
j ..-,. and furniture. Brooks AppllancA 4al Roomi of Fine P'sralttsre.Yaks LAKE ALFRED: Nica el...
I Furniture. 351 tlarendale 81.d.1.TI' MONEY. SAVE TIME apartment 17000 to 18.\
low 00
House over paymenta aa aa month for I to 4 adulta
BARBER WANTED: Full or patime 14 M per week. Ineludet range' A uMlltlet ; Includrt att

".. Eden Robert JOM fiavendala. Matter Bln530.35 preferred. Apply pon WANTED, IIbJ'1'0 ID BUYs good A condlUolI folding, plnr CY On Late-Model I CALL TODAY Tike electrlg neoei all rafrKerator or part.WAREHOUSE-SAVE all like UP new TO I'a I-UO.and 11M of laundry bnu.J3.Tr.

'" Minx Model OILED: depandablt colored woma I rURNITDlUB SALES.; U IU Street, -
to do general bouiekeeplnc .n4 I TW. 31 ((12-C) Mortgage Loans;

Jaque of Dallas keep amall baby Own Trade-Ins
lion and reftrencei. CaU l..n.port..1 ((8)[ ) Automotive RIDING 24" I HP Uwii Mower,
after S 00 p.m. RepaIrs Altarationi AUTO SERVICE 15000. Uted I HP Garden Traolor =lllllIlllllllllllIlllIl55llulllflfllIiliAMortgage
aDd Cultivator, IMOO DunilH .!!
EXP DIESEL rnechanle Compan lM2I'LTMOVTK' Dr. I CyL, Road, 2nd houu M rtrht after
r with many Robtrit opportunltlei Call. "T.. beater .. .. .... IlotS During Our ALTERATION: REPAIRS -DODGBAuthorlaH 'I' Lake Begins Country Club. L. O I Loans!
JultIJur'A Stanley Laktland Ml
HIll for appolntmtnu 17-1 1951 MERCURY 4-Dr. Auto Tran Florida Room. Aluminum Via Victory lerrlct OB Freeman 17-1 i Up To 25 Years f fe

APPLIANCE Salaiman Young Real CI... .. .. .. .. |t05 count diet Co. Ino. CY S4M4.Ml Chryalar ePIrmouth .!.aDetr I ANTIQUE Lon Seat, 1110.W. Ear.

COTTAGE SHOP deptndabla. bondable. US CHEVROLET: ; Impala HT 6th Ith It, IW. U-IUf. 11 Valiant IT America al.llkIChltl, $3000.
Road Earn at leatt 1100 par arffrtwlr week. Cal V-l .__...T.... ..,???, I8IS fLOYD ROBERT MOTORS ....701. 27-1 with a t youTl be pleased S
ceo Cypress Gardens CY 4-im: .7-1 1150 DODGE H ton Pick-up ? 117 121 listS It. w 158410117Mar :S the prompt oour. *

Open I A.M. 'til T P.M. bookkee"Int BAMXOTDS VIED: CARS WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL 17 = teous service =
SECRETARY for light (IO-A) Boats & Motors
For orer 35 yea'. 340 Ara E, SW. Winter Haves : compart) the closina! ES
( AnniversarySALEL'
yl'lZW; CY 1-6664 Day CY 1-1601 D
of aft or CY COlt =

lout and modern Wort rut; Hopitoi B.d., Crulch.W.lk.. t eonlroli BOAT wlndnhleld.. rtblei med steering tklt. wht 18600B ,l)., savings and loan
anteed Inr 13 monlhi PICKUDtUVERY :31 to 44 for d.blt. Guarantee mi OALAXIB 500 Radio, heater ers. Cnmmod. Godlr.y'e Rnlmie. type
M r. Green, 1331Ftlrfai atartlnf tOry 141000 montExparltDca power eteerlnf Older car foequity. C1141 170 "... A. NW CPHOLSTERmO: EXPERT rtow 133-6M7. K-3H :: financing! insurance company =
N E. Op 'n from I 00 p.m. unnecetaary Complerainlnt Balance 12330.00. FR M7M ll-f"l :: loans
....k. or
4 100 weekaaya. All dar 25-3 NEW 11 ft. Aluminum boat with
1131 E
niL CY M3B3. .7.1'.11. :II Memorial Blvd, Lak.r..nd. betweeI ALUMINUM fabrla Mlectlon SHOP J14 HOLTS Artnut UPHOLSTERY A, aid HP Scott motor' Alto home.sto.t. a cured loans whatever =

I 80 A M. and noon or phone MU 1191 FORD VI. automatic RAH .a;. CY 13710MOVING trtller. 110000. rMTM 17-1 : your needs, let s
1-1741 toe appointment. 27WATTED W/W tire*. |140.00, New laf CY 1163 CHEVROLET IMPALA iiay4ighLViMaf.. J2

YOVRL1 Young colored girls for 1-5300. 2131: Spt. Cpe., Air Cod, SCREEN ENCLOSURE AWNINGS COMPLETE Itching outflL 1450) 00 | Town & Country f
ctih for a Ukethore rttldent
motel works Mutt work Saturday ALUMINUM DISCOUNT
CHOICE and Bundaya. Own trantportatlon, SPEEDOMETER semite and Tachometer.Complete new hl.5. Auto. Tram, power SALES CO. INC. CY U6H 311 STORAGE All metal portion boaUwutt ..tf | Mortgage Corp. |

I. : j Health Card and uniform. 3S3-WW. L A i Serrlca. lift Ilk 81.: SWCY Steering .. Only .... $28t5 Ilk It., aw. u-atar. u Lonettsr liunchlng flbtrrltti and lotdlnf.open boat t 14 two ft

ftf onl1I 37 4-424. 1-TF Johnion outboard: motors, a I anda a m Magaolia CY 31141 f1STT
f I IIPII. 1963 Al'STIN REALLY THREB: IVORY BROTHERS 10 HP. all acceworlet. Sold only :
TEMPEST UMana Sport Coup HEARING AIDS MOVING COMPANY ti a unit Sea at 12M Lake Mirror 3 |
$935 ((3)) Situation Wanted Rod A white A beauty Good Roadster, Clean. Afenta ALLIED VAN LINES Drive '1'. H. Pens phone CT "181\5. ;5lllllllllIllIlIluIlillIllIlIIliIllIlliI3

drat RAH: AT., bucket naifcyl S Only ........ .... ... $2891: Loral Long dlttan a 37-
., 360 51?. I 00-1.00 p.m. dally, Storue ,
Any cold wiveInstoc'pto COLU PrEtEST anytime weekendi 3401 Ave. c C. NW 1961 POLK HEARING CENTER CaU CoI'ect t3i-7 4lWarahouat
II"Win keep your children S dart a 23-31 VOLKSWAGEN 2 DR. Coker Bldf .S ird '1.0 NW Oft Barton Air. Bite (I II-A) For Rent Unf. ((13)) Real Estate For Sale?
week. CaU CY 1-6531: 21-87 Extra Cleaa .. Phone 2M-1M3 17 Mar. 17 ,
a, AUSTIN HEAL wire wheel, radio SALES SERVICE
I WILL I... care of children by day heater; orerdrlre, 4-ttater Alto Only .. .............. $1495 REPAIRS BATTERIES
.Hn. Cooper In 'my home. EvenIng baby lIttle detachable hardtop. IlotS 00. 4-TP TREE SERVICE BEDROOM CB bo... for rent EXPENSIVELAKEFRONT
alto. 283.029L 35-1 CY 1-1141 alter I 00 p.m. 35371IS3 116 CHEVY U 4 DR. "300" KM NB elk It. 17100 month

elate ... are morlnr' In t week fi21S.. MTFSBEDROON
.. .to. the new Southeast fihoppln PRACTICAL Nurtt detlrea pot\. FORD RAH: fair condition 4 Cyl., good bu,. '
Center ... prrer aot to more our tine aa nuna companion, day or 18500. :311-5330 31-31: Only .......... ...... $1391 VACUUM CLEANER I TRIMMING CAVITY RMETTtNO.Complete DEM08S-. tmrurnlihtd b...... &Ddapanmnt.
flight duty. Reference CY 1-790 Iwo, CABLINO ..
>rrmnt ..tockCountry'Club( $65 00 and $08 00 This reildenct hit ever'thllli.WI.ner .
35-3 911 OLDSMOBILE Holiday Sport clean-u Fnt itlmttra Alto fumtihed ivntalt ATKINS
Beauty Salon ''hnI conditioner RAH.. PBPS ., 1'6 CHEVY n 4 DR. PARTS A SERVICE Kirby Tall LUKES TREE SERVICE.CY REAL ESTATB: CY 0.1115.27War.. dryer combination
WOMAN with I y ar old eon dtlrei .. owner car, perfect condition Std. Shift. Cool light Uoortr, Eltctrolux: ..13r ill oth- 8033511Mu.. UPainting' IT dishwasher diipoul buUtin
_J555j8undeaRd. CY J163 houeekteplnf and to live In, 178500 n3-113k 23-3 tr rrtt pickup' dellwerr Md e.Ol.lmtet
Call CY 1-611. 31-31 Turquolw, Only .... $1295 REYNOLDS VACUUM FOil RENT WITH OPTtOf TO oven ft ringe, rririgeritor-
CLEANER SERVICE.: FnoniCY Piporlng BUY ..Bodroo"" l-1>.lh house freezer central heat and ..ircODdiUoDln
jA pea MARCH FAMILY YOUNG Carpenter, married man USED CARCLEARANCE 962 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. BelAlrI with OE: bullt-lna IK.00 par
.; CTOICLE. Pig. M caii cumiSTRICKLAND. wanta Immediate permanent em- 503553Mar. t Repairing month with spotted aralntt ,. Roman type 10x10
CY .....10. 27- iloyment by local contractor. S Cyl.. Air CoaL, Radio, down eJ: lUJLOi sunken marble bath tub In muter .
rn'art eipenence In fInishing-tram. Heater, Auto Tr.... '795 I ERS. 2l4-42fta. al-TF
ctlllnt.' mill work. Door tilt. DAY NURSERYHAPPY bedroom. Wall to will carpeting '.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ramie tile, cabinet making cab- 51.. McCOY Quallt wornmanahlp I BEDROOM ROUSE for rent...
nit topt etc Hirh school cradu 1963 BUICK Riviera Beautiful 962 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. faat. el... and reasonable Call CT MOM after 4 PH. : throughout On tie out-

ata. Alto lay block A atone. BoA Fully equipped. Low mile Eta. Wagon, Std. Shift, TIME NURSERY Phona CT 3.4055u.S elk IIttI aide Is beautifully landscaped

.. $r" U't J- l, 13(3 %! Ntwa-Chlif. 27- age, new tlrea. Trade from I Cyl., Air Cond. 430 Art C SB Street, Jeu-Phyl TUlaat. 1T-T acreage sloping gracefully to

.A.I Manama* WILL DO Iranlns. 31. WhIle baby CY pitting 16911or ohoumwork original owner. Only ... ....., .... ... $17.5 OUR CY WIIIT MOTTO I ((12)) For Rent, Fum.I the shores of one of WiaterHanD" '
j eVMtaMN-*w eaam.Mlltv CY 1-1584 -27 $3,995 Ttndtr love Care lakev'
IB-TT I Deep well underground Irrtga.tlon.

I Wettk sad Real Sharp ....... $1S9S IN-TOWN Lima heated swimming pool''
I House Trailers 1962 BUICK Electra '225' Fully JORDAN TV SALES S SERVICE: : "
Jewelry Rapwlii ((5)) JACK JILL NURSERY NORTH GATE 8HOPPINO< spacious and spotless PBS bed. You can own thli estate for n

equipped Including factory; 961 CHEVROLET 4 Dr. BetAIr Month I YetrtI'ondtjr CENTER room and efficiency apartments little ss $150,00000 vita eictl-
.. air condition. Sla. thru Saturday Phone WSOJ completely furnished ,
17.M.r. 11 Wagon. Auto. Tram. Including
NOW SELLING full line
of SKY 131 An C. I.&. lent financing srranged. Bir/'
LINE MOBILE HOMES Palm $2.695 Air Cond. Good Buy CY: t-UU girago. Short walk to every

'WANT TRAN8POI\TATtOf 1'0 S COors Alfred.Mobile Village, Rt. 13 taet oLaka Only .......... .... fins S-TT 1-11 thing. Moderate yearly and now for homestead exanptioa'
., 11TTR next This offer cant liiV
.\. PROM LAKEL.AND. 7.83 AM. seasonal rates.3OIIDAN year.
00 P M I dava.. KM RoaelawnAvO. 1962 RAMBLER Ambassador 4 1981 CHEVROLET 4 Dr BelAlrI SWIMMING POOLS Hurry aDd lip contract today
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SW 21. Oil CY 1-884 APARTMENTS
SALE1Beilroom I:. Fully SWAP SHOP
b .K P.X.:80 P. week SpartaUnilon Cyl., Auto Tram. with --
0 e' (w ia { : M. Trailer 1901: Are. O, NW. T14.U Uk ..., NW SM-2717 ,
daya. 20-25 Lak. Deer TraUtr Park. Vim8.gar. $1,795 Air Cond., Only ..., $1595 .
WB! BUY SELL TRADE tnr- and REPArR. Financing GALAXY
1960 COR V AIR
r KEEP your eerrteemen In touch 1960 BUICK 4 Dr. HT. Fully 4 DR. "TOO" thlnr of Ttlue. GOPHER HOLE atallabl . W. R Hilma. Gee.cml t ROOM wIth Mrmrta. MO.Itr ,
'i .with all the Hometown N. b, FOR QUICK SALE BARGAIN PowergUde .. Only .. |89S SWAP CHOP, IlL 17 Eagle UktCY ) Building Contractor Call ':'uplan' dock prlrllefte at Office sn114BY
elidIng him lbs Winter Hares M ft House trailer Good condl equipped Including factory "3157. Sl-Mtr. U' CY M57I. M-Mar. M Til take Jatalt Drlra. Adult. Ref.areneea. .
Dally Newt-dial Special rat. Ion. Rifle None Road turn left al air cond. 1960 .
4 Dr. No Beta Yearly bull pre
I monthl 12 M. Call CY Mill now owmra
.TF- 2.0-A. Store on Ith St. Green wed Impala Hardtop -Iff $ ferred Contact owner at TO arrowatraet. CV5T01' SflLEUCCT1TJLake :
0 aluminum Irate 31-31 $1,495 1 tt-Tr
I Cyl., PowergUde, BOO .
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I liken Hula. S-bednmna S.

MOBILE Lima 961 RAMBLER American 2 Power Steering. ((8)) Automotive ((10)) Ankles For Ssla BORNIEWED 00ETTIaENCTEI 1IIfJ'I7MJIRE!) batha fireplace central heat air.

00' LET US AT ITS BEST Door. Only ......... ....... $15.1 Kite: lam aM i* BJDoItOOMI. : chen.conditioned FINCED-W complete POOL hullMl, patio.:kit
airy roomt -
put YOU In lbs party tilt Why tot lira In a four star park $895 959 MERCURY 4 DR. HT.. Quality reconditioned mtn'i work Cnnvanltip located In Old P000edBuilding. Mutt be aims to CY ha U5J appreciated.Ttrma after

the "nTTt time yen fttlNkt oil city a trna lovely tewirt lake fine? One drinking that weer his. 1 Good buy Only .e. $895 .. Not pre-packtced" See 1-4111. Call CT 34555 er CT I 00 p.m.rallabla.for appointment. 351AVBU
0 doing the town I what you buy All tlxi and colon t-Tr
I direct power company mtteror 1960 FALCON 2 Door 959 $1 m p.r suit. $15 Allan Ar..
minimum alectrlral bllla I alonfwith PONTIAC 4 Dr. Air
Auburndals. Acroae ,.
ft. Cnetloontii DALE
.. THE PLACE aU the fun trtw rorreatinefaciiitioL Standard tram.
Conditioned I/loa for tourt'll.
Thaia thlnci and Nice Cas Co. U.fr Corner" of Lake

., ..au.,".t I. L.Mo.d'the FPeIII .PeuniLeuog. .. MOBltm!.,.VILLAGE at PALM Jutt SHORtS fifteen more $795 Car, Only: .......... .fietS WESTINGHOUSE tl" flof>r mod.l two Howard tI...170. SUNDECK.Are C I"Glenn View O of 611 Polnietts I BR CB

H..... the ma.I SlogantIi mmulei from Winter Haven north Ins MERCVRY 4 DR. TV EicHl.nt condltloi. 131 00. m Swlntford. ia-l home I tile bath cirport
Polk C.unlr.'THERE'LL "f lbs vlllana nf Lake Alfred mar 95S PONTIAC 2 Dr. HT.. Auto. Sob St.. Labs Ida. 11-.. Pries $8,500 $200 down.
Route 13 on Mo.ely Road Hardtop, Auto. Tram. FIRST nOOR Apartment ",.,to-
BE Tram PS., PB., RtH. Clean. Only ....,, $695 ACCORDION 120 Bate, S wtekt log distance to town lake Clean I
BERRA Scoitls Trav.1 Trailer 13' e. old. T ...Itch... coat |600.W. atlll and qulau Adults pl..... Ml Art VARNER REALTY
0 d.n.1e5 FrIday and Saturday' ads cootalond Pully eqoippod.Like $595 95J hit guarantte. |1M.00 tr bell cork B. NW. ll.TT
4 Dr. --
flights' tt live mutlt. tiny. $t300. 014 E. Mctton. oft.r Immediately. Wrllt Eon A 14 Ith St, NW CY I..st
Let ui tpllt your favorite aid, Lak.l.nd. 87-1 959 THUNDERBIRD, Fully Sla. Wagon, Auto. Tram., 1381_%! Newt-Chltf. ti-Mar. 1 2325LAKEFRONT

th.eeekttli be,. at your tible ar at MOBILE HOMFS: equipped including factory Good Buy Only ".. $795
NEW A tillED TRAILERS FHIfllDAIRB! automatic' elothet 515000few
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT air condition. 1957 CHEVROLET 4 DR. dryer. $4055 ELL.WORTII! BEiausrvs ..b.dronme.P'lorida ,
WE OFFER APPLIANCES 110 Ird 11. Down Payment
rtdt CYPRESS for QARDFNS anythlnf of MOBILE ralua $1,495 Sta. Wagon, liWln room, acreened porch'.
lbs finest 5, flod. and Inll"I TN.Ok. -
,ou'll eli. r.m.mb" ARK TRAILER BALES PowergUde, Only .... $695 built-in area ranaa. home aol
TATE RD. '40. Phcna 39MMI\ USED TV SETS I front, no road between
Jerry Plckard'sSpecial Al Ia. Taktrour bedroom farm home, eitrk Deer DrCY .
lake. 3AOI! South Lake
.-.v.tl.n. 'uDaIlI.d.N. r-i Gil Hall BuickUSED 9ST BUICK 4 Dr. Sedan pick. 110.M aaeh. John_ Kica HrOlt
M77 after 4 00 p m.
Cove N. Minimum Appliance, Laka
....... .. Alfred. I7I-11M ruml.b" apartment 1 4 | bed
.Lo.k for the fIaminoandIeLaMOND'S FOR SALE: Ftirnlthtd Spartan Only .. .. .., $J95 STFHI 1'0018"
trailer and rabani Good _
Pea price*. CAR LOT --:.. LAKE: HOWARD
Jimei Laka P r
Wllllami 957 OLDS. 4 Dr. 'U"Fully .
Hardtop .
1957 OLDSMOBILE "IS" 4 DR. n Jtnmn SiMakert and natural Corner Wait Lake Howard TAra >
Trailer Park '1-1 I I bedroom'
... 301 6th St., SW 293-4144 Equipped. 5.1'fi' ivil"n WU 20 ft. 0' eablt home noo B. NW a-htdroom. Hitth.'

STEAK HOUSE 10 rr. I.BEDRooM boowo trailer Clean, Only .. ...... $395 HARDTOP Power steering 131 00. 893-0701 attar > CO n.m.H t room I bedroom. .I bath home, ".. Florida room built-in kitchen.condition. 3earpone -
with air ron ltlon and t.I..I.I"n. 27&2 |95 central hiat air
1915 Cypress Gardens Road In cnndiilon. Vory .. 957 PLYMOUTH power brakes, factory > liP porno I *.*.. H HP In'". 4 S bedreomVnf. -$7u 2-hedroom furnished inert rot-
CV M023 Cao tOhn .. Sep al Sardeb atp.einbow I Dr. air condition automatic tor. CT HOU._n'l7 lage. flehlnr I pier, boat lift TOIlSALE
Tr..ll.r I'.rlt. 17-1 Hardtop, Only ....,. $J4$ SIB BY OWNER Occupant NO
tranrmliaion radio, heat WE PAT CASH for nod Uld Closing eo t.. 30-21:!

-... ((5.A) Moving & Storage Air Cond., Fully Equipped 155-1020.AP5'LIANCf.5-!: Ird 81.. 7470.15.5 Mi Mk ..., KWCT COZY furnlihei houtt on Wnner.

=- LAD1ESI Clean Only ..... ..... $59 er.LOOK HWI ae Ct I-MTI Lake Fireplace Good<< condiiiI couple".
$395 u-ir 71001). Perfect lor retired
:".""Do: you have nice clothes you IMPERIAL Prompt and MOVTNO afflcltnt terrlca STORAOB forelI 9S1 FORD 4 Door Sedan JUnrtt Washers Drrtn JOR RENT: Two bedroom fur. I S-aoiJ.
Freettn ,
TV .,
Seta It."Ir .
can't wear? Call Standard Shin I4IS apartment, elote-ln
your months nttda. 1' 0;"'" PlnckneyOldsmobile Conditional ; Immedlata -
f : Well, don't despair! C.Y S-41M for Sr.. attlmattaentt 951 FORD Dr. Sedaa ., Uti tioned Icily guaranteed Recondi Terma. year round nouettlon baelt en Call teatontl M M AT.or IDYLRIDGE VIEW
( for Atlas Van Llntt. Ins
: Let ui resell them for you! liming all 50 itataa. 14-TI1 rS2ft.SU! .DpJOHN OM A, Nli. Phone 30543751177 HOUSE
i 951 PLYMOUTH I Dr. Lake Alfred OPEN

I (Open Soon) Sedan ........ .. .. $195 Used Car Lot Phone 7J-im: Nltaa ni-l6M ONE Newly. Decorated furnished $J,.50
IMF -i"* "*- J1 Arenua B. SB
.. ((6)) Special Services 115. MERCURY 4 Dr. Sedan Corner of 3rd St., SW at the USED g* .100L. 17TI8BEDROOM I-BR 1-Bath 1340 **.Ju J**""
O E 11
.JThe Encore Shop CTL ft. mrerator 3-Bath 110300. l-Bath, canports
I Good Buy. Only .. $395 water tower. EViit"1 5oa4ite.. IMtt. Call. lIouM w 1600 tq. ft. reraU. 110.WO..
NEXT TO NORGE VILLAGE CUSTOM MADE) CRAPES AND ... Phone CY 3.784T .117 CT34764 alter S..ttr $7.1LAKEPROwr 10
Out Rarandala Bird turn right'
ALTERATIONS Blind stitched 1953 OLDS. 9S" 4 Dr. Sedan
.27- RUBBER STAMPS For check lows' 31at St Rd. to lit paved
modern equipment.' Sold P rtment 4 er Airport
: __ In Th..1HRIFTWAY NW. CY ..1_ Mr. Hickory tdnaSchoatar. Bill Waru's Clean Only .......... 139$ ether ndoreement alfuture moms. bath I....... 1:10 S. Like road on left or call a .
5 .- SHOPPING purposes alte dating Eilltrt. 17.1

S CENTER INCOME TAX SERVICE:4-Mar: My of.34 Special' Used Truck Buys ((9)) Business OpportunityEAT .siampe"", P" ,STAR. oem PRIM!. ,PboDa. Oeliet C1' 1 IIIDROOIf: t b_. MO B. centra CTIS718ItMir.. K

: :.* Or Call CY 3.8405 fire, or your home by ."""'*'- 6-33I. 1.1 Ave. A. 1t'W. '1"INT.NTOaY '1OWN Ace. $70.00 inetodin titiiitie,
moot. 13.00 up [ Ward 951 PONTIAC I DOOR, COUNT Y REAl.
2328 875-1045. jinn SO-Mir. 4 U53 FORD H Ton PickUpI ( WELL AND reduction I 1114 ItIITAT.. C1' "llIL 37aRSTIIRWIE7 'TRANSFERRED Owner miStsell
New seat coven, automatic Cyl.. Good Buy BE YOUR MOTOROLA Contolo Cabinet Modal quickly. sBedmom.bath a

I Winter Haren Drifting Co. transmiuion. Only .. ............. $495 OWN BOSS TVt. Guaranteed wholesale nrlcet Furnlihed a-bedraom: .0.Adult"clal conditioned I lakarlew. home.nsar01 Lerfteheenr
(fAJ: ) Instructions All typos CommnrclalReoidsnliml A ELLSWORTH APPUANCEl 94-1 "po- rooma. axcellent '
dnttln(. $4,00000 down. Nice auper ratta. US Ara. c:. SW. :35142lLiYE trhoola. and itorat. Low taxea. Lo

'i. Satlifactloa Ouarantetd LOOK $245 1983 CHEVROLET Hton $159 market fully I I stocked and 1 n-i n parmtnt. MIS BUtmort J1"37 WCT

t FOR-all: typet of butlneta eouriea PI..D Bldf CY 4-1431 equipped aSTROUT, WholesaltToAII I ... : M. fW 1 bedduplon .- ;;;" MtOL
;I majoring In Secretarial Account 1.41 'IO TOWN S
Inr. Typing IBM keypunch cull __ ___ PinckneyOldsmobile REAL JIT.l.T&: C1' FAMILY
.1111.. LARGE
WINTER HAVEN BUSINESS EVA THOMPSON BOOKKEEPINO I Slake, Only .......... $245 REALTY Complete new 11 pe. Eying 87.1 -

-CeLLEuE J84-316J, or come by office URVICEi Income Tax I'bon'l Ma-IMl JU... M. room croup '" $293.U .. AIR -dll..od trim prIvate HOME
CT ::i h-one
lU Ara. r NW In lad,. 11000
: 131 Avtnut B. NW 38-Ftb :II .k. III
-:... .1 Used Car Lot 20, 21 4 24 I PCT New DINETTB: 4US Ave. r, NE' :. Phone CY S-71M. r-1 Juat I blocka from" downtown Winter

f i Wanted ALTERATIONS Plek-up mad V.11.117. .- CHEVROLET SOFA & CHAIR .... $711.(ST .11)110011 house fII"lohod. 0.. room,Keren.formal 4 dining BR. room larva torm51 femuy

;m_ Help Call CY 4-3587. 371Wintsr Corner of 3rd st. at the MOTEL II unit* S rtaia etA PC. New DINETTE .. ".15 Phone utilIties 303-7070 Inn-fir. III An. 1., 1'111.' la, room, living: room with fire

: z .t-_ Hartn Floor Surfacing Co. water tower. 170000 115000 do... Bill Location TABLE: Lamps Etc. $100 Up .e 243.44. 17-1 flac., lDod... built-in kitchen, wan...
CENTER In Winter Sn.. CY IU7IITr CO"I'LITILY: : >, .an carpel In ".. room U
'EXPCRIECNED waltreea Moat be Satlifactlon OuarantetdL. Phone CY 1-78-11 gone. .. furnlahed ,1-b.d log room and halt Thara la 5 IfurnUhed
: BtaiAnd dependtblt. Apply In pertUog. A. MOUTZI WAREHOUSE FURNITURE' mod. 1Iou" Tile bath 31 anarunent.ear
27.3IOYCHEVI1OLET rInsa-la.
between 1 00 p m and 1 00 S. First St. Phone CY 4-J191: roll SALE YI 5 Lake HOWUM ... .. er fur'mic. -
Body Sho\. Equipment 01mm. only I .... r. PrIce I2SOOO:
-p en, 000 p m. 1100pm 27-1 Aab SALES y Itld. Goo,5 dented
: : d.l. Winter Haven With I. ... Phone Auburn'dtle IInr".n neie5- lahod la U for
-es'hwe Reataurant 21 37t Moor b.rdtop.I' HO 7-1590. III loa.ad for ;'blw. CentralArenua.
: 30-tl ,. one or lawara ..
J :::.... 1IiJ: Ava. a;. SW Phone l WO HIlT CT Mitt HttbSt. JJW CY 18483 D..r OEREZ.1 112'1O:. aealloP.poe .......'h. I'ILINN' Call for avpolotawnl III
II **.PLICATION for qualified rflar (o-A) Animalk & Supplies 37-1 FOR SALE.: Small WMtern AutaAttorltte C1' H27O. IT-I '

a r..d nurna, LPN. and Nurtlnf 3584 MERCURY )..toeisrny.miisaje etore. Good builnrn, 37-4 'INQLI: JtOOIfI lowly
fond doeneited
Rent iatontbla .
II 'Aide for permanent employment In good cnnditioa. CV 4-2200. @) :: prnlan.01 maa.t. EDNA WATSON
neytlme. Thrift.
C 173-1414
: VNe, Winter Haven Nurilni Home 10 RABBITS FOR EASTER. Dick IRabbltry 87-1 @) 373-H.W. phone U-Har.Bight 21' GET professIonal carpet cleaningtuwa Shopping Castes': :2.rA 3.
"Ag24rea. application r.aotta rent Jloetrte: Carpet NW.
'4 J reiumt of exf Ararya Trailer Bilk 57TITWO REALTOR
on cocoon d referencei to Box A- 2711ITPIES lHO DODGE.: 10 WO mll.i. One lhaetpeeer 51.00 per dop with 1 poe.
: i\leo-s Newt-Chief I Appllcanta I will. owner automatic tmnamlaisma.Enlra.a. of Blue 1 Luttra. John BoUnd 121 ilk St, N.W CY *4iaHADTES
e brwntlfled of dam. tlmt and Reclttertd Miniature No tradt. Ord Brown. 117mplon 2728 ((10)I ) Articles For S.1e) Hardware. f7-l end close. "" ..I. tralltra 0000
\t '10rJlorvlew I. Wlnt'r H.nll. Pood lei. Reflttered Peklntete, St. Aubumflalt WI) 7-11H1 A.'eTlqruGlao IrMity 555:phll'Mw ,, and alen. oil-

.vir2_ tefUtered. Chlhuahuai. Miniaturechhundl. Aft.ra.O0 p-m HO 7-14M. J7- .. China aed ..rkA......... 40th II., P4W,
plae.1 >> Complete lint of p.1.end 1.5J ROLLAWAY CrrY, S room radden**
CADILLAC Sedan. 1519 M BEM Baby Bedt P'flda b.twee $5-TO'
__ t. ct1lU. GIRLS WASTED pet euppllta fie* Deity Farm ; 1151 FORD VI. Good condition. RAH new battery, fond II.... I HKhchalr Chain ..... M-IMPM. end T 00 hours PM-SOS I :03 "wet on hollow tile and I roj"apanment
= ..,. .. LOVELY
-- JCuif 3MI ardta Supply m IU SL, SW 53.75: 00. list Chivroltt l\t ton equipped for air conditioning Floor Po.Uhen. U e DO IT F.M. IU Folk CrlT*. SE. CY SUMS7. elerot-to.l-IIodl'Ol" .partmonl. .n >W above 1 car aarar l**
Jllvll. WM\I i looor trmd
17-1 oonaldur J
Was.00. CT "
M1U. 17-1 Faoot 39MM4. 37-1 RENTALS, 301 Are. 0. NW. 26-I. 1I.ou -ala. 1:101 IIh Knui tTora. r. o sun N. 5a f 4

-.at lag IWstin 50'As


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((14)) R..I Estate Wanted New Air Force Setup Aids i

Bedroom, t-bath IIOUM with plenty
clont room and tarat, would i
A-Illl con'ldor.15 some lIi.we-ChI.f.nMU write 11-11 Not War On Vietnamese Reds : .

Estlt For Sal.! 1((13)) Real Estate For Sate I((13)I ) Real Estat For Salt f ((13)) Real Estate For Sal. By ROBERT C. MILLER which relayed, the jaflt for

__ ((14 A) Lots & Acr.ag. United Press. International help."

vKGB horn .I Bedroom Qrpree Span-Ger'. See Beautiful Retirement SAIGON. Viet Nam (UPI) The principle behind the elvl-
Florida Room. Central CHOICB XcarDENTIA: LOT ellCn. lian-installed 1ItemIi the
I. CY UUlt.. 1>TF Sun Acres. .." Gardena Road owns If they gave medals to ma- huge grids resembling outdoor .
the will (Inane.. Call "'-::1631. ITS rhine would
Tropo Scatter movie tcreena. These grids

. MICE: 234 BEDROOM HOMES HomesIN PRIVATE' LAKEFRONT LOT rate the Navy Cross, the Congrenlonal bounce the radioed signals off ..
..t..* and dimity. Exitlen. 100' a S4" deep Wt Lk llnwand.
On. owner peer AVAILABLE Terrazzo CY t-iaia. x-i Medal of Honor and the Troposphere and back to
teen. Inarectloa In- Floors, Built-in range, awning Just about every commendation the receiver
i a*w.nled.down Will take I window Price Starting At Jo.\I'w ACRES, ctrlclty LAKEFRONT, barn, eltnu for fighting the enemy "It'i Just a cite of where
trtmenu nJmJn1oo..a.r. ".300 15T.33 Month ACRES US &00. Tropo Scatter U the new communicationi brut. fore I I. used In shotgun
. AT*. D. Ml LOCATED 4 mile West of Winter C. L XcCOI9}C.Not. Brok.rCu system installed effect to push out the signals" I

M-TF Haven on old Lakeland GROVENEAR 2127 by the U.S. Air Fore In Vietnam laid Guyot "And the receivers

LAT ooirr Road State Route (42. and now managed by the are designed to pick up the

when live at CYPRESS Army It hat been credited with strongest: signal that cornea In.
VENUS JD"N.: DAN WINTERSBuilder Legal Advertising laving more live and killing The result ii t foolproof, completely
WON MOMS with t MODELS OPEN !2 mora Communist fuerUlai than secure communication
II bath. All alMtrlo
lint heat large rear Developer in a NOTICE: Or INTENTION TO any other single weapon introduced system that terrain hit no effect
-ch. nodded front lewa CY nm Entrance suet An MAcE ArrllCATION FOB la the Vietninui upon, and which no troopl
round \ lilt of Cypress C FINAL JIIIU HAKGI:
Irritation Lamaot In living
.'rlca only 111 loo. Jerry Mardla CY 41211 State Road MO .. IN RE I ESTATE Or fighting. are needed to protect"Guyot
and w* pay cloemtKDAT porch I: DISNEY T. JONES One senior officer claimed laid ionospheric conditions -
25-TT Daeso.d
' 1 I* I F X.lCONtAtT JOHN 0. bedroom. T* All Warn H Hay CeeeralNotlr the French would never have lave little troubl., and
11'10. RETIREMENT HOMBLarft a 3r< 1* hereby ilv.n that I been driven from Vietnam If that the system was effective

4 8W 752.6606 living room, l-bedrooma t- & ASSOC. linked have filed my of final th* Mtata report of ai Die-Admlnurtrator Tropo Scatter had been avail about M to liT per cent of the I
IOTrf bath., kitchen with built-in oven, of fruit nay T Jones, d...... d I that I able to them in the early 30505. time. '

LAKES Nw 4 rang utility room and and duhwaiher Florida room dinette onto. Developer at rear have diech.ri Med. and my that petition I will for apply final to Through the use of the mora "Each of Vietntm'i military
bath horn M7rch a Ian acreened patio Don t decide rent for the Hon. Richard A. Broiuon County than all million system, it hat districts" he laid, "11 linkedto
. double Bannon.Ids until you have ion 130 Alt. It3.151'f HIM
.* traIl. Judge of Polk County, Florida,
take Eloll' Hnoy. chits Drive. IZ. Phone CY (.lJOtl.aw. on the 2nd day ol March, "tdlerha. for been possible to link every military the main communication
H7"CY 3-0862. .TI' month. approval of the earn and for final district In South Vietnam center by Tropo Scatter. All
smaller ... .. Administrator of the together on Instantaneous phone the outposts In the district have
ulato of Disney T. Jones, d
furth C...ed.Thla. circuits direct ihortwav contact with

at ... Ith. QUOIN JONES.Administrator February, INIA Major Tarlton A. Guyott (New the dlitrlcta. One an attack

of tin ..tst. Iberia, La) explained that even starts or there It reason to
ot Dleney T. Joni the remotest Vietnamese army believe one 1* coming the

115 ',, DecreedWALKER outpost li In constant touch outpost radios the district
Winter Haven ria. with rear areas which cm tup- command post who relayi the 1

!] rob a. It, JO. n. 1M4NOTICE ply help it lOOn it the VietCong Information by Tropo Scatterto
launch an attack. the closest air field er communications -

What You Want In Winter Or INTENTION TO "Befor w* had Tropo Scat center. It"la then

BFOISTEB FICTITIOUS NAME ter," lb. Air Fore Major said, only a matter of mlnutit until
-27 Notice I* hereby gives that the "It' sometimes took hours to planet have been eitfler. diverted .

(top? Try Your Friendly Home Town with und.ralpted the Clerk Intend of the Circuit to reil.te Court make contact with the outposts or tent out to the target

of Polk County. Florida purulent under attack, and most of the area." ?
our Hometown Help Boost The to Chapter :*i'M. Law of Florida time the help sent them ar The Air Fore major laid It
Anti of 1M1 Leililetur* a* amend
.d by Chapter :M7M Laws of Florida rived too late. Hundreds of took one month to /"git the i
clot*.In. Art of lit! Le"l.l ture, thflrtltloui lives were lost because of in- bugs: out of the IltelInd: I

STREET DOWNTOWN clot to Mover. und name r ,which tn-wlti she I Anchor I* *... adequate communications In the first month about 2,900 ;

$5,500 rat
RIOR at a ria. ours teU of Communist tttackitthit Tropo Scatter installation. '
GIFTS and anxious rib 1. II, JO, 97 19MKOTICE were beaten off by the "List month ". moved more
Service arrival of flare than 12,000 and '
APPLIANCES timely planet messages,
IW C etoenen W\ For Boys and and bomber which cam to the many of them were calls for
by s.l.e I lenlcew. !: or INTENTION TO aid of the besieged: Vietnameie. help which might have gone un ;

VET KENT r".I all melee .f The Play MAKE FINAL APPLICATION 1)IN('HAEOE:FOB They got then in time because answered if It had not beea for '

ATHER I.rg. .nd ",..11 .""II..e... 351 third St.. IN RE:: ESTATE OF: of the Tropo Scatter system Tropo Scatter," h* laid.. .

A ITURE Awe J,CO.NW. III LeROYS Third Sewee, LW. "THE NNt IIRTHDAY New CIty T.Notlr All* Whom 1* htr.br It May ilv.n en.Pec.ate that..,.,I Bolstered To Save

1 CT 1.1121 1113452fern. 4-121 have filed my final rport a* Excutoe Chapel .
of the .t. of Floranc
tt-rr R Knndy, deead that I bar ''I. .1
flied my petition for final di..
charge, and that I will apply to the
ion Richard A. Bn>nnn, County Famous Giotto Frescoes-
of the JUST A PEW 0' OUR S.. Ow C.mpl.t. room Judge of Polk Countr. Florida,
Tr.d.m.rk ON PIIMIIIS SlIY'CES Prime re on the 2nd day of March, 1M4.

e5 Stone uttlnl. Rings r.. .nk.". DEt f IMMEPI J7-1 for final approval dltrharf of* a th* .Eierutnr urn and of the for PADUA Italy (UPI) -Someof ing frescoes of ic ni irOn the 1.

D.pnnd.bl. prongs nbuue. mild sad and tat. of rlorane R, Knndy,
ti + the world'i greatest frescoes We of the Virgin and of Christ.Giotto's .
Surge. .lamond W.teh... tI. derea.ed
".1.." "In. and diamond .. '0..11II Thli Ith day of February 1M4.Fieutnr were endangered recently when pictorial InelnUva-

TI REAL ESTATE work pendantn"h.tllum built t.Fla.had.rtl... Per All ... 0. THE: J H.nry O.hmann nl the data 01 the centurleioldScrovcgnl l nell, volume and compliltloa(
SERVICE Ultlin.te In ...ut, C N .

? section Florence R K.nn.dy Chapel almoit collapied. In these frescoes li'KBitched
than rAil t>tor..sod
Y Realty Co. CITY JEWELERS 1'1-1 Rlttur A ThreadilllPO The chapel homes the irU- only In t.h.pper Biiclllca
Bo. ar.1
N.W. CY 3.2711 41 Third SPMt, NW 271 w. Winter Haven Fla est, mOlt extensive and bell Church of Assist where h* ,

Lane F.b. t, II, X ft. 1MI preserved works of the great painted hit cycle of frescoes oath 5'I i

.CB.. M CY:. freicolrt Giotto. life of SL rrancll. .

s t Sun. IN TUB COrHTT JrDGE't It tttndt In I public garden The chapel has stood through: \;i

BIG EDGE TIRES 41. COIIT IN AND FOR FOLK thick and thin. 1
"IIfy'1 LM4I" la the center ef Padua, not far

OLIT DEALER M.r. Safety M.re Mil..,. Van IN RE COUNTY ESTATE, FLOBIDA Of from the town'i main thor- In World War I, small Aut- *

UMI SELLING KELVINATOIt APPLIANCES Rod GMs. A ..J.ZltI'n.*kltrhen,FIRST nl... JOHN HART WILSON Denied oughfare, along which rumbles planet trlan bombs fell en carried the city.by: They light J a

e MOTOROLA TVa STEREOS i constant flow of heavy buses mined the
D DEALS a AGENCY living To All Creditor and Pureoni Marine chapel.
D SERVICE EASY TUMS : : lerie: lot Claim or pmndi Afainit and trucks, On night In March, 1944. i
: In Welt Ceetrel A .MO with not Bald Easel Their reverberation, carried clutter of block busters fell SIlO ,
You and each e( you, ar bins.
olet Center B. F. Goodrich WINTEI HAVlN / ; and ,..**. by notified to til. In duplicate all through the toll hid been ihring feet from the Scrovegnt Chapel I
I.hln the P..t Office to Orant a qua-. claim and demand which you the walls of the Scrovegnlao I They destroyed the 13U) cenury ,
I.W. CT 1.1111 John
ItI-4"C have the Mtat of
UI Awo. A. 1.W. 1f'J41FE *:lA71. Hart Wilson, draed, In th* ot hard that Iron sustaining Auguitlnlin Church of the
rt-i lire of Richard A. Bronenn County rods were anchored from wall Ermltinl and with It the Ov- 1

llnuu Judge at at Bartow hi. ..!lice, Florida In the, within Court tl'l wall to keep them from tart Chapel with its famous

/' '1111 .ix calendar month from F.b,..- caving In. frescoes by Mtntegna. I
ary 11 1M4 which li the date of On I recent morning Inipee- But the Scrovegnl Chapel was

FURNITURE HOTPOINT D AIR CONDITIONERS APPLIANCES APPLIANCES I I the Each drat claim publication or demand of this muit notlei.b* In lon, the chipel't custodian Intact. Paduant begin to think

PPLIANCES MOTOROLA S.I.s ..rlllnir. mint stall th* plar. of round the rod hid snapped that the frescoes of Giotto bid
'" 1 I nsldonca and post offlc adrtreuof From the and the build. chirmed life.
TO SUIT YOU" TV Stine AM the .claimant muM bo sworn pressure
Pare. A Aepliana C.MFM RCA 10 and mUll b* filed a> afortMld, log was In danger of collipi That life li now held up ny '/
silent Irl.e, CURTIS MATHIS STEREO TVs at or .laa iam will bernm void. The entire chapel wit then steel tub acaffolding. But that
TV St.r. AM FM : bath E Tom B WelkerAncillary Admlnlitrator encompassed In a frame of II only an emergency menur

REHOUSE F. "ud."I. ennic.aeti HAVEN the S WALKER, RAPE W1MS; tubular steel scaffolding, to Rerouting traffic hn been
APPLIANCES ; tec- S '' Savor At Law which the roof was attached to mentioned to remove the etui
IWwoam : hut 2 Winter haven Florida keep Itt weight off the wtlli. of the vibration which has I..'

,W. CT 3.5453 .60 3rd se. N.W CY J.IUO II' w. Ceetrel like = Feb. IS, 90, 17, March I, 1MINOTIf The Immediate danger thus relieved weakened the chipel. But Pa

with E an architectural com dua la the faiteit-growing city

; piya minion was appointed to decide In the Induitrlalizlng north of
per 8 ";(, TFB FICTITIDK NAME what to do next to iiiur the Italy.
Loans Up T. S600 Notice I I. hiniby given that the safety of Glotto't wnrki. Now, ask the city authorltlei,
UICK FOR THE RIGHT/ E undtnlinrd lnt nda to rfilitur
slat close
| with Ih* Clerk of the Circuit Court The Scrovegnl Chapel, can w* our principal "
d Sale.-S.rvic. REAL ESTATE LOANS "ht" Quality Rht; I I of Polk County. Florida purauant known at the Chapel of the artery even to save Glottot
to Chapter 309fS, Lawi of Florida. Madonna dell'Arena builtIn The mutt be answered
0. vacant or Improved property l wai question
JEEP H... year .ac.., ,.. I 1 Arti of 1941 L.gtol.tun l a* amrnd-
-In .to.lne ae.t.-elmply brine 2-3002 'd by Chapter :M7 0, Law of "... 1303-05 next to I place toon. Cities like Padua, can
.1.. I S.rvl.. line-wa year de.d at., make.r 1.5.1 2nd ;"::::= Year pra.rlptl.e. rids. Arts of 1B61 Leellstun the wit pulled down 'In 1820 that I grow today, chang and I build

Isle m.t leave ':frI:: .d Nit. Cells' CY ; Traitor Ictnlnui-.-Sales name. under, toit which: Hi-Way he I* It wit here that Giotto tomorrow. But there It no one
HALL lha umi day and ''
too'l I onal.d In bu Uk AKr.d FaH .
CO. IMe. City Drug
Domestic Loan !C. tkharanntrfFib .
ark SI, S.W. SINCE fU 1 UIiJUm. 11 JO, 27, March I, 1MN
tF Ini Se NW
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PETS.SEED C Y Plaintiff.

t Supplies : JOHN WALEEII:: JILL, tt al
For / .. : rxmdant.

orcl.n Suppl r TOLD, hut win, Ruidtnc Vn- .

II st. S.W Buy p lovely TOU01ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED "'i,: : .
a hat a putt for civil damai for ., '1!
located breach of l.aM baa bn flied 1';'
WOOD you llnt you In the shove nlltld f'I.
this tru caw and that lud tindrr hrln a writ personalprnp.rty of atachmint -'

mple. belonging to JAMES .
.... 0 INSET Howard, wife. on J40I Artnu O, MW Winr Art
.. i t. Havan, Polk County, Folrlda,
ia* b..n attached that the relief ..
tee' Cempl.teCard. closets irln prayed I* that the amount '
." La... Sepplles . of your lndbtdnu to plaintiff b* OUTSTANDING
,, and Orn..1 NYn.,7Cooney's FOR DAILY rtrmlnd and Htlafltd from the ARE THE RESULT Of CHANCE .
pmc*.d* of the sale of property TEMPLE AND
.., ., a..hod. You a,. h4rob required HYBRIDS. THESE INCLUDE .KINO I
... Anderson Drug t o wrv a copy of your aniwtr or ORANGES AND THE MURCOTT HONEY ORANGE. _
.. other wrltKn d.fn*.* upon 1.
3050 JULIAN BBNNFTT. 101 Vlmafulldn
ty'ioN.W 17f w. CENTRAL and
294.2235 : (. Wlnt.r Haven, Florida. onor
Inveitl- before April 1. 184 and before While! Florida. : ::
you'll ..r Immediately then*eft.r to fill
AVENUE E, N.W. with the Clerk of the shove etyM ENJOYS A VIRTUAL i
21500. Court the orlclnal ..( said answer MONOPOLY ON SOME au
t. ,
or said written drfentei. If any '
m ON COMPLETE TIRES If you fall M do an, default will CITRUS TYPES, ANOTHER
PAIRS "AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE" b* entered antnit you for the reef OP ITS PRODUCTS,
I I I O-E I domanded In the Complaint r"3-'" f 1
rr.nilater "."1.. OUR SPECIALTY N.w and Used NW oral of office at Bartow Polk KEEN COMPETITIONFROM aOe M i
All W.rk GYar.nt.ed. EASY TERMS ('nunty. Florida this jstk day at J 4
Aroj.ee re Gate) February. 1M4 TENNESSEE. ; i
Lot U. Mand4 Yea probLms
UNITED Goodyear Clerk of the Circuit Court .
mere a TV .2M2 byi Vivian A. Furrlt STATES AND (FOREIGN


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Page Twenty WINTER HAVEN D'AILY HIEF-1MNTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Thursday, February 27, T &

U. S. Wines Making Hit Overseas; Tariff Hurts 4elllRt Ml A JO* DW !Yes tor A aADiUOT
00 1'M eaN'IACIt TO MNanrot HIMI-ITMON7 PAY WHAT ? u? $,I DDNT Mt!
aAlwxnvnALeroer WHAT CBE DID-SOT warn nuwe'll AROUND A1OUr I .! I
NAPLES, N. Y. (UPI) trade bill calling for across- try on the Subject of wine, said Reveal said with the trtmen "N AN'TrIINCRgaWTI Maas ouTi fAORNINe, NAYIN' R WINKDouTl

"Make mine wine" I theboard cuts In all U.s. Im I Prohibition and, In later year doua Influx of Imported wines '' DARUrf f ,
yrt' I MEAN
That, according to American port duties. The levies on beverage | the "nonsense and gobbled/- selling at extremely modest re t. ,. say +A
wine producers, it being beard import now rang from gook" of ao-called wine expert tall prices, lowering tariff' Q "\\fuucP PRO.'LY

more and more across the nation IT to 38 per cent. The average contributing to I wine.shy attitude could mean I huge European 1 1O AoweI r
these days in ban and duty on durable products la on of many Americana. surplus might be dropped Into

restauranta, at parties and ly 11 per cent I Prohibition In 1918 destroyed a growing'American wine buyer t ,) 41 _
Those developments mere discussed a flourishing wine trade in this '
round dinner Ublei. I, here by Ernest I. Reveal, I country and, by the time it was market The annual aurpluaIn L } I _
And the preferences, they lay, president of Wtdmcr'a Wine I repealed, the nation' wineries France alone 1* equal to the t
ihow that more and more I Cellars during the third annual I had lost excellent vine and ,entire U.S. production each t, I _1
American who once thought a year, he IIld."Ironlcall1 .
Naples Grape Festival, an I much knowledge and skill In
truly peat wine had to come event that drew an estimated trained wlnemaklng : ," he old, "thli S
from Europe and learning that 35,000 visitors from all parts of I The five yuan it normally potential threat to American
wine pressed from grapes grownin and the state to this village of 1200 take to bring vine to proper winemakers come just at a I,
American bottled vineyards American I population in the beautiful Finger I fruit were further handicapped time when year of effort to ,,, i TAtrYNANrN7MXA SOON aa'r7MV I I II
aged and by
Lakes area of western New i I by the depression of the 30'1land I II achieve recognition for qualityare i//i6"/t R1NAL, OKALrAO/I'LLA ALIR6INL iNdKfCt7w7R II
match the
wineries can qualityof York. it wasn't until the end of meeting with success" x wNr T7i! TXAtE6'AeN A ioseAr AAb von ?Mar I
any from abroad. He concluded confident SHOOT/Ni, uY/JT 'EM Y
The throng came to help celebrate World War II that America on a TKR l
All this should make domes.
the grape harvest with again was ready to take Its note II
tic wine producers happy, and parades judging of Ingenious rightful place In world.famed "Protective tariff or not we I
It does But its not an unalloyed GTYIli
ahead with
float with vineyard and wine wines, Reveal said. are moving expaD'IloD I
joy because I vinegary themes, tour of the winery, Being Discovered plans," Reveal said -
tariff flavor threaten to .
creep I
and firework .
I'I'f itreet dancing
of "After 4,000 years of existence
Into their sweet taste suc 8ELF.IULLERSSAN 1'a
Reveal urbane onetime reporter
f which Its American
cess In winning growing app '
for the Indianapolis acceptance was greatly retarded FRANCISCO (U P I) -
made In America
1 of
r o v a
I wines. Star, later Industrial executiveand by the nonsense and Suicide I II almost exclusively a
now one of the most gobbledygook of the expert, "white man' disease" In San
Faces ChallengeThe
domestic wine Industry' knowledgable men In the coun- wine I II finally being discovered Francisco, according to statistics ear
faces a major marketing challenge I by millinoi of people," he gathered by the city'
for Its wines right on IU I WASTE laid "They are also discovering health director.
home grounds because of a current CHICAGO (UPI The cost I that you don't need I vintage Among Negroes the suicide I
effort to reduce or eliminate of highway accident In the' chart, a French or German death rate was 26 per 100-- ,
tariffs on Imported alcoholic United State la about $8 billion Berlin translator and six kinds 000 population h I lie I among 8 ";clh 3 ro'e DR, Winn! 000 TARE Nor wnH wNAr I
beverages It'a part of a year, report* EngineeringNew of glasses to select and serve white It was 33,S per 100,- THAT! ; ray Clw Es. r0 6RNI OtRRrINq ; I I
President Kennedy's foreign Record. ,fine wine." 000. TML !



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",: Beautiiully Colored Model Tents, Seats,,Rings, Side Show,Concessions, 't.: '
Various Acts Portrayed Wild West Show, and Indian .
Circus Trains Displayed Many Tiny Figures, Electrically Display. Lighted: 'Tents, _,,;3" .. -.==a'
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I C-.."h.- e a TAr.w aT.rYi w.a OPEN from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.

We Give And News Of CropsWEATHER l;{

i Ii "I I North Gate ShoppIng ,
\ SUMMARY: Two areas on the Sth. General
S&HGREEN cold masses, which moved showers spread aoutheaatward ,
across Florida early on the across the State late on the Centetr4j ,
Sth and again oa the 11th, 15th. Sunday was sunny and ] ,
W STAMPSOn I' kept daytime temperature well cool la all are.,. ( I II.I.
below the seasonal average CITRUS: Groves continue la i;
All! throughout the State on most excellent condition. One of the I
days. Freezing temperature coldest mornings recently occurred
were general la the northernand on the 12th with alight- SHOP S
II SANITONE western sections of the ly below freeing temperatures
Stats oa the 9th and 12th. and heavy frost In some low
Frost and freezing was notedIn ground Interior ,ro,,,. No I IL
the colder locations aa far
DRY CLEANING damage was done to eltrua. x
south aa the Everglade on
Weather during the week kept
these datea. Strong,
lima gusty -
ii 'I surface wind accompaniedboth moisture levels adequate, and
I I Opal 7 AM.4 PM; Mon. rhra Sat. |I cold fronts aa they moved also allowed for the slow but
louthward. In the central aura progress of new growth
and southern sections, winds on
and bloom buda. In moat areas
w. the tin felled some trees and
PLAZA CLEANERS Wl caused scattered damage to I there li atlll almoit no open
plastic cover and staked to- bloom, but In the extreme
e matoea. General showers were southern Interior blooms Ire
NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER noted la all areas on the Sth. ,
.., Scattered but mostly light i beginning to open Most groves l, y ee
OV # x
that had surplus water hava
shower were noted la the
II' 1' "I 'J ... IJ" northern and western counties been drained or dried to an
.Gwaaw Tar : G..Tarp again oa the 11th and 14th. adequate level. Valencia color, ,
The heaviest rain fell la all fruit alta and quality la very
good and droppag la moder

.. ate.Caretaking activities Increai- 4e F Xr
ed, aa less rain allowed op. s
eratlona to approach IIOrmal.FertW.tlon .
SPECIALS FORFEBRUARY Ith.. most prevalent
with hedge oper
ations, cultivation and .pra,.

27, 28, 29, 1964 log being following.pulled down Some banks but most are Early Bird
rstt3 KER growers are postponing this LOOK !
YSPECIAIs Job especially in tea northern .

Interior.A seasonal. lull has started In 1TON
harvest, aa many operators ? SKIRT SETS
have cleaned up their early Y R LO U S ES
and mid-lesson fruit. The bulk ', CoHon-
of fresh shipments were Va. Dacron
POPULAR JUNIOR PAN SIZE lenclas, and salads, sections : : bina.
and tingle strength juice plants tion. y ,
pecan praline cake are using increased amount of cetat. 00
Valenclai. Concentratora are Sleeveless $4
: generally waiting for Increased Cotton Sizes 8 to 18r
ratio and solids before volume :
eOtll59c use of Valenclaa. Sires
FIELD CROPS: Soil moisture
32 38
la adequta In all areas witha
surplus In tome localitlea. r7//14)c/ ) SpecIal
Weather has been aultabla for ,
top dressing of wheat and oata. Croup
DELICIOUS FRENCH PECAN Small grains are beginning to
chow some growth. Some land
coffee cakeQUALITY breaking Is being carried on U j
In preparation for spring plsnt- OUSTERS
Ing. Shade tobacco beds Ire r Entire stock
In good condition and plants
Me. 59C ere showing some growth. Tung $ .99HALF
nut harvest continues Scatter.
ed frost caused more leaf bum '
on new growth of young sugarcane SLIPS Prirttgonf
In the colder areaa The ) f(: /
cooler weather slowed fermentation
that was In damaged older CIne by the acreage earlier 'cIk'c 8 to 18

1Janislt13a1ery cold LIVESTOCK spell. AND PAS- :\ 2: for $5 j jI

TUBES'Florida Pastures remain in north In poorto Indwelt P\\Iii\ (

south fair Florida condition.pastures Central are mostly and- I (7 'r Nylon in Size; Small _

I air. Some Improvement no- Medium Large, Extra
r ticsble in recent days. In North t Children'sDRESSES
and West Florida weather has ? ,,, Large
retarded development of most
t fields curtailing forage vol.
ume. Frost during the week
slowed pasture growth in some s
central and north Florida coun-
IS OUR SPECIALTY ties. Supplemental feeding of I Fun In The Sun Cotton.
livestock continues in most
NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER are... Llveatock ere generallyin I Sizes $2
CY 3-4538 fair condition-depending on I yea to 14.

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SIZES 30 to 38 $ Sells for $2.98
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show up at the 1964 boat chow JUMtOHOLDS. .r,IU :,r!'::' OUR! eO"ST1Uea'ON'
Isje new line of boats recently n ADNIgnARIOUg 10
announced:by Johnson Motors uoTN RISIfTAti \ n .' Mn.ppygItIR
Johnson, which heretofore ha* 100 "[t I TIPPED lpj
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On plane, the boat ride OD
three dart shaped sponsons HOME S CARWASH
which, the company claims, of f
give tripod minimum.The 'stability. but reduce f GALLON COOLER BIG SAVINGS j BRUSHRtVOLVIN
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beam la T feet, 4 Inch*', I
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bended fiberglais laminatedwith COOLER TO HIP LIQUIDS
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Available equipment for this 2.95
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which virtually converts the VALUE DRUGSTORES
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plenty of headroom for even six.
Tbe only stationary fixture In
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I IVS Founded Eight: Years- Before The Present: Peace Corps I

'WASHINGTON (UPD-Frora i buihland of Liberia, t email!]. life to the underprlvQ (ed. overtones of IVS. official em- il*, difference between IVS "In molt cases" ht said, "it I guidance it could, Brockmuellerlaid. countries and to continue sera

I the Junglei of South Viet Nam group of dedicated Americani For $80 t month, they live phaalie the volunteer are not and the Peace Corpi. IVS li not li to the contrary There It t Ing ii i guide and" conscience
of Jordan to the "But at the same time, he to other tgenciii.
deserts U working to better
to the I bring I under primitive conditions In missionaries t direct government agency certain satisfaction In doing said, "they continued to believe .

I remote vllhgei. They must be "We want people with church and therefore baa a "certain something well without getting there Ii t place for IVS In

wlllioi and eager to help their backgrounds and religious\ mo- amount of flexibility" IVS does publicity Actually, too much doing I quality Job la a few Mortgage
tlvatlona but not people interceded publicity It bard on the program
of the not iU recrulti long period
fellow regardless give
man primarily in going out to particularly\ U it ii in Loans
color of hit akin the god he spread the word of God," Gor of training In the United the field." MAIN DISH

worships or the amount of money don Brockmueller, IVS program Slates, preferring on-the-Job Will the Peace Corps eventually Hot potato salad become .Talk toutbout

in his pocket. director, told UPI. training. IVS will work with force IVS out of business main fart when you add yourproblemi.
They should be college grid- There la no missionary work other In the field, No, laid Brockmueller. "I think ihrlmp. UM your favorttt hot .
uatea and must be above reproach any agency
although individual volunteer we will continue to grow very potato salad recipe, or nit NO APPRAISAL FEE
morally, mentally and may have the "mlailonary bt It AID, the Asia Foundation, slowly We might add t teamor ont of the packaged precooked ON

Til Anniversary phyticiUy. apirit," he aald. If t worker It CARE, Peace Corps or minionariei. 10 a year But we have our potato iroducti. Five FIRST: MORTGAGESFIRST
7 Sounds like President Kennedy'a discovered proselytizing: Brock hand full iiipporting the people minutes before serving time, MORTGAGE
SALE Peace Corpi yes, but mueller acid, ht would bt lent Volunteer art not jealous we hive now." add fresh or frozen uncooked CORP.of .
its not It II the International of When the Peace Corps was that has been ihell- HAVEN
home. No person has yet been over the large amount pub shrimp WINTER
Voluntary Services (IVS). I returned borne for this reaion. licity given the Peace Corps; founded, the IVS board of director ed and devtined. Heat five 511 Central Ave., CY 3-51S1
group organized the year John Brockmueller gave three ba Brockmueller said offered all the help and minutei.
F. Kennedy became a senator
By the time the Peace Corps
came Into being, IVS already'
I bad eight years of service behind .

It e 'e TH LUCKY SEVENanniversary .
It was founded at t non-profit
organization In 1953 by a group
of people committed to the NORTNGAE
MEN'S MID-DAC SUITS idea that American youth could PPINON sale

contribute to international undemanding -
Year 'round mid-weight Dec
by helping the leas
ron blend. Regular and Ivy fortunate on a perion-to-perion AR W RE

styles Reg. 39.95 now 2977 bull.Although IVS'now appears to

be a miniature version of the g'y
Peace Corp., it would be more
exact to describe the Peace
MEN'S Corps at an enlarged copy of
the International Voluntary
'. WORSTED SUITS ervice. 4.7.6A

\\if urfJ > t Beautiful all woof wore IVS now hat nearly 200 vol. !So LB. BAG
t sleds Latest itylei and unteeri operating overseas, dl
shades.T reeled by four men with three
J// 1977R.g.
n.n . "OWMEN'S lecretarlei from five small offices L33
in t converted residential MoROd 87?
dwelling in downtown : BAG
ton. Its annual budget i Plastic Garden Hose ANTENNA' M
ly U million. Wllhnl'l E a ANNIYlRSARY /' ," 80 Ft. 100% Vinyl T.V. ... ...
SLACKS The 6,300 Peace UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED 2 Bey All ChannelsAnodlxtd
; ,RICE x..... tilt wortd $1"0 a.toII
A Dress or casual alecks In' teen overseas have expanding Aluminum the ffaMti
J regular or Ivy .tyl". Mid. headquarter on three ,,. .. NOW II THI TIM! $257. ovw M .
TO PUT ON YOUI reel of itt 'JPIo CQ QT
weight Dacron blend end floors of a large Washington f/.9S ACE PRICE $777 With line OoO/
T wool In solid colon. ATI office building. The peace corps A/tt CATION NOW ONLY

I Regularly to 12.95 now 4 budget in fiscal 1963 was $59
million and Congren has just PRII IALLOONS -
authorized 1102 million for fiatil ROTARY BIRD BATH FOR ALL KIDS
19 4.
IVS operates primarily in natlona POWER
MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS In which the Peace Corpi : ;
does not have volunteera, although MOWER
Large group of short and la a few mitincei it 19" CuSteol > ,
long Chive sport iMrti.Plaidi cooperatei with the Corp. Wheel r'
solids and itripei.Rtg. It currently has 70 volunteer '
277 e 2'/i H.P.,4Cyclt ;
In South Viet Nam 2S in Cambodia .
4.91 . now :
52 In Laot. 10 In Algeria, Engine
30 in Liberia and t total of ACE PRICE BICYCLE BASKET a
In Jordan, and Lebanon Encluitv To inking Future r
even Syria :
: 11 o '1014* INCH __
Sturdy CcnilruetlonEtiy _
working at Arab refugee Fitt All likci,
$42"t Headline e D. ." o
MEN'S SHOES centeri. In the put it alas baa HtACI ."., CndrueIlan
677DI.lOntlnuld hid abort-term projects] in
e t Y I. s of Ghana, Egypt, Iraq and Nepa ACE PRICE $497 PRICE 97"

NAME PAND.he.s. gad, Became IVS concentrate on Yale. Vets. $7.15 Vtlut $1.39
agricultural projecti, the greater MltS
I Regularly t. 14.18. now 9"LADIES share of ill recrulti .come FLOATING'
from rural artai. Became the
, 1 organization ii supported by \x" f STEAM DRY Minnow Bucket
various churches volunteer
have rellalou.bleklfOllndl. Ira IRON .
usually strong Hardly G".Iwnl..,
SHORTS & BLOUSES average r$, WltI. TI".tu" CM. o 2-riM. i iI
age range ii 23 to 35. lien out
ALL FAMOUS BRANDS I lit Cu.hl.ne *l Steen
number women five to one. : lore. Wale CipMlty, ACI PRICE
COTTON DACRON AND COTTON They volunteer for two years of

Regularly 3.9B . . now O7e & 1.07SktrHlnibeMOenly lervict.It costs IVS about $5,000 per + ,,.,.._. :- ACI RICE $867 Volut J.tl $19Yalu.
perIOD per year, Including\ I1I.9S
transportation, living costs, theN
$ monthly pay and all adminUtrativt -
coats for the entire or- SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
AH Sttt. Pfawl. ganltation. :

under Most contract project with ire the financed U.S. r. .

liOr-r Government' Agency for Inttr

national Development (AID). COOKWARE SUE
eN1eMwm NePMe/AMw..ee' IVS volunteers supplement 'at Lufkin
the village level the technical
F RE MACS assistance given by AID at the FOLDING RULE CAR WASH
national level tram West Bend
They attempt to teach the villager \ She *.*, MIT

MENtANOMVVWIAItNORYHGAH everything from how to x HarJ, S..tt.na lnt l SHOPPINft CENTER build road to how to get chickcm I ACI PRICIVtto : W.K.W.Qultk .
tel lay more ell.. ; yF t Drylnf
Whttr Hcrren'i No. 1 Sh.pplag Cooler r
the church Tr
Despite strong 1 v.rtlt! 91e 37*

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Our shoes must fit Sways c r


before we let your child wear them! v *". ***..Pee*** '..". a s t-.; gt..le e.s PRICE ACE $497

C, + e .. Mw pee wilt cams a r.MIIIMelenwe.

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......! law polnta. wkra. op-
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A I Jets Suggested As High Flying Astronomy LabsBy I'lag than have*. Such 100 a focal feet an Instrument and length an of aperture would more SAN! HrrnNO FRANCISCO IOU(UPDiOops n'

!of M to 40 inches. .
The state Division of Indus I
DOUGLAS DILTZ row path of total eclipse over 1 1 ging and Icing and cabin presaurliatlon I Manned space flight also trial Safety conducted test and
United International !Northern Canada with IS- could be aided by airborne
: Press I problems.
; planetary studies of Man, found that floors were too alip
; SANTA MONICA, Call group scientific expedition, led I I Another proponent of airborne Venus and Jupiter per la Its local office.
(UPI!)) The highly successful by Douglas Aircraft Co. and the astronomy Is Prof. CugllelmoRlgJilnl I i
use of a )jet transport for observation National Geographic Society director of the Arcetrl
of the 1963 solar eclipse While many observers at Astrophysical Observatory In "The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold"
___ has convinced many scientists ground stations from Alaska to Florence Italy, and a numberof
___ that such planet should be used the Douglas-National Geographic
Maine frustrated by
wtr e
it flying astronomy laboratory Expedition. A vie
___ ei. clouds and haze, the airborne. president of the InternationalYear
One scientist of the epklight. astronomers conducted 20 different of the Quiet Sun (IQSY),
d Dr. Armin J. Deutach of experiment under nearly Righlnl says he may propose to
the Mt. .Wilson Palomar observatories optimum conditions 40,500 feet an IQSY planning committeethat
in California, said above the earth. I jet aircraft be outfitted
the eclipse flight earlier this The DC-J'i 525-mlle-an-heur ai a full-Urn astronomical ob
year convinced him that futureuse speed gave the expedition scientist servatory.In .
of a large jet transport for I a 42 per cent bonus in addition to solar.Investigations
: solar system and geophysical observation time. For them, some scientists advocate
studies should be urged. the sun was totally eclipsed for airborne astronomy In support
AIi Airborne research," Deutsch 142 seconds. From the ground of America's lunar landing pro
said, "could Include the fields of maximum totality was 100 sec gram. Better photographs of the
meteorology, oceanography, innospherle end.. moon's surface might be produced
phenomena and the Previous eclipses had been by a large airborne
monitoring of atmospheric radiation. observed from airplanes, but telescope.
." usefulness of the measurementswas I A plane, one scientist wg-
The flight this summer was In restricted by vibration, 'gents, might carry a telescope e a;
I DC-I that traveled the nar' limited altitude, window fog ,that would fill most of IU fuse- .


. RECEIVE SCOUT BADGES-Girl Scout Junior Troop 33, sponsored by the Hop
Pribytrin Church, rently held a Court of Awrdi. Members of the troop r.c.lving!
more than one badge during the crmonii were. from left, Patricia Dowd, Laura La- TO ---

Mond, and Penny Talbott.

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(UPI)) Moon-
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AYE law reporting agency said. ) High Speed Dryer FILTER

Mash seizures, considered I
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1963, Commerce ClearingHouse $128

215 Lb.,White Asphalt Shingles (CCH) reports.
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235 Lb. White Shingles e
used by the moonshine pro- .)'.1.....
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ported by the Internal Revenue \ DOWN a r k ,4$ e Tw IIlnM kM,erect.raS
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92 per cent of moonshine Up To 1

ABOVI PRICES DELIVERED violations southern states were,uncovered the CCH report In 14 DRYER DA-516Y

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